Co-Founder / Former NFL Tight End for Philadelphia Eagles
Chad Lewis has risen to the top in four successive fields: 3-time Pro Bowl tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams; GM for a construction company; author and motivational speaker; Associate Athletic Director at Brigham Young University.
Playing in the NFL for 9 years, Chad helped the Eagles reach the Super Bowl with 2 touchdown catches in the NFC championship game, was awarded the Ed Block Courage and Helping Hands awards, and was inducted into the Utah Sports and BYU Athletic Hall of Fames.
Serving as an ambassador for the NFL around the world, Chad had the incredible opportunity to be the first NFL player to provide live Chinese language commentary during a Super Bowl simulcast. Adding to Chad’s award list, his documentary with the Eagles Television Network won an Emmy and a Silver Telly for chronicling his Mt. Kilimanjaro climb with 4 wounded warriors and NFL and ESPN representatives. Chad will receive his MPA from BYU in 2022. He and his fellow All-American athlete wife, Michele, have 7 very tall children.