This year's annual dinner will feature an outstanding keynote speaker, Nathan Whitaker.
Nathan Whitaker, author of eight New York Times bestsellers, played football for Steve Spurrier on the Duke Blue Devils’ last ACC Championship team (and baseball on a Duke team that went 10-37). He was born and raised in Florida, and currently lives in Gainesville with his wife, Amy, and two daughters, Hannah and Ellie Kate. After graduating from Harvard Law School, he has practiced law, been employed in ministry, worked in football administration for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and now represents NFL and college coaches and administrators with his father.
In 2004, he set out on a journey to write a book with Tony Dungy, which culminated in the 2007 release of “Quiet Strength,” the #1 New York Times bestseller. He has since co-authored seven more New York Times bestsellers, including Tim Tebow’s “Through My Eyes.”
In 2009 he cured his educational deficiencies with a Masters degree from UF.
He will speak to us about “Leading to a Legacy.”