Special Olympics Texas athlete Ian Rawn elected to SOTX board of directors
Mesquite News - 1/12/2018
Special Olympics Texas athlete and Plano resident Ian Rawn has been elected to Special Olympics Texas' (SOTX) Board of Directors. He will hold a two-year term in his new role in an Athlete position.
"I am so excited to join the Board of Directors," Rawn said. "I will represent my fellow athletes with pride."
"We are looking forward to having Ian join the SOTX Board of Directors," said Chad Tywater, SOTX board chairman. "He is an outstanding athlete leader and I know he'll do a great job of representing the athlete viewpoint on our board."
Rawn works at Venturity Financial Partners in Addison. He take continuing education classes at Collin College in McKinney and is a graduate of Quaker Valley High School in Sewickley, Penn.
Rawn represented the United States at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria in 2017, winning fourth in the world in his division. He is a Special Olympics Texas Global Messenger and was a volunteer firefighter when he lived in Pennsylvania.
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