Ethan Beaudoin (a.k.a. DJ E) grew up attending live events, and quickly became enamored by all things sports, events, and music.
DJ E was born with a physical disability and early on was thrown into adaptive sports: baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and power soccer. His physical disability is progressive; therefore, he was forced to retire from competition in his teens. Frustrated but motivated to make the most out of retirement, he transitioned his focus to learning everything he could about the business of sports and entertainment and behind-the-scenes production.
With the odds stacked against him his entire life, DJ E was the first person in a wheelchair to graduate from his high school, and later graduated from Regis University with a degree in Communication & Media Studies.
Through much networking and relationship-building, DJ E has held various roles with Regis University, the Colorado Rapids, Global Dance Festival, Shine Music Festival, the Los Angeles Lakers, Move United Para Sports, the Denver Broncos, the U.S. Soccer Federation, and more.
DJ E is creating a movement to disrupt Sports, Entertainment, and Media by bringing his unrivaled experience of living with a physical disability to the topic of accessibility and inclusion through awareness, education, and consultation services.
He helps guide event organizers, planners, and producers to transform their "just-another-event or show", into an unforgettable experience for everyone.