Norma Razo, Kade Christensen

April 22, 2020 | Updated: April 23, 2020

Kade Christensen

Kade Christensen, is our Special Olympics Administrator for the West Region based out of Lubbock Area. Kade started working for Special Olympics in November 2019.  Kade's favorite memory is refereeing at a basketball competition.  Kade's favorite sport is Track and Field. At Texas Tech Track and Field was his sport. He even participated in Junior Olympics 3 times!


Favorite Sport: Track and Field
Fun Fact: Sam is Kade's service dog for his epilepsy, she also volunteers for SOTX! He used to volunteer for Special Olympics in Midland, Texas


Norma Razo

Norma Razo our Special Olympics Administrator in for the West Region based out of El Paso. Norma has been part of the Special Olympics family since September 1994, almost 26 years of service. Norma loves the excitement and inspiration Special Olympics brings to the community. Her absolute favorite sports are Powerlifting and Gymnastics. If there is a Special Olympics competition Norma will be there cheering for all the athletes encouraging them to always try their best. Also little known fact anywhere Norma goes, she knows someone and they know all about Special Olympics! 

Favorite Sport: Powerlifting and Gymnastics
Fun Fact: Loves traveling on cruises, meeting new people, and talking about Special Olympics, she also loves spending time with her grand-babies!



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