Jack Brewer is a former American football safety who played professionally the National Football League (NFL) for the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Arizona Cardinals. After his football career ended, he became CEO of The Brewer Group, started the Jack Brewer Foundation in 2006, where he’s worked to use sport “as a catalyst to provide resources and opportunities to the world’s most underserved populations.”
He has also been regularly involved with the production of numerous television, digital media and radio broadcasts internationally, as well as a weekly presence in print media. Brewer serves as a contributor on CNBC, appearing numerous times a year, as well as a weekly contributing writer for the American City Business Journals. He was recently named as Ambassador for Peace and Sport for the US Federation of Middle East Peace (USFMEP) at the United Nations.