“Building stronger, smarter young humans through academics, athletics, and life lessons.”
Tim Wrightman was a member of the “Greatest Team in Football History” … The 1985 Chicago Bears.
He now runs The Tim Wrightman Foundation. The Foundation hosts events for young athletes, allowing them to participate in a great day of football activity and an interactive chalk talk with Tim (and other professional athletes and business leaders!). Tim (and the Foundation) are dedicated to promoting self-esteem and greater personal confidence within children.
His trademarked H E A R T process is taught and reinforced during these events.
Wrightman demonstrated leadership and success traits as early as his college years: He is currently the last person to be recognized as a UCLA Academic All-American and a Football All-American in the same year.
With a rich history as spokesperson for Big Brothers & Sisters, the National Collegiate Scouting Association as well as being a charter member of the Michael Josephson Institute of Ethics, Character Counts All-Star Team, Tim is dedicated to serving youth.
The Tim Wrightman Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) Charitable organization founded by former Chicago Bear Super Bowl XX Champion, Tim Wrightman, focuses on making the world a better place by helping children develop life skills. We focus on:
- Decision making
- Goal setting
- Time management
If you would like to download our mission statement document Click Here
Character Counts – http://whatwillmatter.com/2016/06/commentary-830-1-refuse-to-be-afraid/