Helping athletes succeed in sports, business, and life
Founded and led by former professional athlete Rennie Curran, Game Changers Foundation helps athletes – from high school through retired professionals – reach their fullest potential in the game of life. This is accomplished through community engagement, mentorship, and leadership development. In a big brother model, the Foundation provides an avenue to offer support and guidance for athletes to make a difference in their own lives and those of others.
The free series has been created to develop high school student-athletes into leaders that succeed in sports, business, philanthropy and life. The free weekly event covers topics such as mental toughness, recruiting, nutrition, academics, preventing Injury, leadership, culture of a championship season, mental health, training and performance. Well-known speakers will vary week-to-week to include athletes like (Champ Bailey), coaches (Mark Richt), and topic experts (Jon Gordon).
The event is open to athletes, parents, coaches, and athletic directors. Each show will run approximately 60 minutes in length. Curran host discussions that include current and former athletes, coaches, and subject matter experts.
Sports cast a wide net of impact: communally, mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. What we learn in sports can help us define how we interact with others, and how we deal with adversity. They can equip us to tackle life's challenges head on.
of High School Athletes play varsity sports at the college level
of Athletes make it to the professional level after college
of organizations expect a shortfall of leaders in the next five years