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Dr. Nancy Knows Radio Program Premiere
Phoenix, Arizona – September 18, 2020 – A new radio program launches in Phoenix, Arizona. “Dr. Nancy Knows” premieres on Saturday 9am Mountain Time beginning October 17th, 2020.
Dr. Nancy Knows will raise awareness, brighten your motivation and feed your inspiration. It’s feel good talk radio on living an excellence life of health, purpose and impact!
Dr. Nancy Knows Radio Talk Show welcomes Nick Lowery as her first guest. Dr. Nancy and Mr. Lowery partnered to provide hundreds of COVID-19 tests for veterans, the homeless and general community. Join Dr. Nancy and Nick as they share their story of connecting, partnering and positive impact in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
About Nick Lowery
Nick Lowery transcends stereotypes. Hall of Fame athlete, Ivy League scholar, 3-time Presidential aide, Author, Poet, Teacher, Philanthropist, he has been featured on ABC’s 20/20, World News Tonight, Nightline with Ted Koppel, HBO, David Letterman twice, Sports Illustrated, the Washington Post and the New York Times. A Harvard MPA, Nick worked for both President George HW Bush and President Bill Clinton in the White House Office of National Service. Nick was inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame in 2009 as the most accurate kicker in NFL History, with the most field goals in NFL History when he retired from the NFL.
Nick founded Champions for the Homeless 14 years ago, supporting St. Vincent De Pauls, comprising 50 super events bringing a human face to the homeless in Phoenix.
He is featured in the recent movie “Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy”
Nick is the national spokesman and Sports Director for Kannaway.
In 2019, Nick was winner of the Steinberg-DeNicola Super Bowl Humanitarian Award, the American Cancer Society’s Pillar of Excellence Award, the Arizona Interfaith Movements’ foremost Golden Rule Award, and is the 2019 CNBC Stock Draft Winner (beating last year’s winner Sharktanks’s Kevin O’Leary by 40%!), and this month was nominated for the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Nick was 5 times NFL Man of the Year for both the Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets. He is the winner of the NFL Player Association’s foremost humanitarian award, the Justice Byron Whizzer White award, the US Jaycees’ “Ten Outstanding Young Americans Award” (also won by Elvis and JFK), and the National Community Service Award from United Cerebral Palsy for his work with at risk and disabled youth.