Boo Williams comes from a small college town by the way of Tallahassee, Florida. After graduating from Lincoln High School as one of the top football players in the state of Florida. He attended junior college for 2 years before transferring to the University of Arkansas, where he became one of the 1% of NCAA athletes to make it to the National Football League. He played 7 years for the New Orleans Saints.
After a successful NFL career, Boo went into the direction of fitness and health coaching, owning multiple fitness and educational centers in Louisiana. He was a very sought after speaker in the state of Louisiana and enjoyed the opportunity to encourage others by holding motivational speeches for incarcerated people in many state correctional facilities.
Mr. Williams is committed to doing his part to give back to the community by actively staying involved in fundraisers and community projects. He has worked with many organizations such as Feeding America and the Boys and Girls Clubs, holding summer camps where he would stress positive life choices and the importance of affirmative self-esteem. These camps were well received and life altering for the children. His 82 Chances to Life Foundation helped raise money for the Hospice Foundation for children with mental health issues.
In 2014, Boo Williams founded the Crosby Sports Treatment Program, dedicated to help former professional athletes suffering from neurocognitive issues. Located in San Diego, California, this treatment program helps educate, transition, and treat former players to allow them the opportunity to enjoy a more meaningful and healthy lifestyle.
Boo has a unique and dynamic presentation that relates to athletes, military personnel, young people, and corporate entities. His level of commitment to providing insight into matters such as suicide prevention, work-life balance, and stress management will help support any organization move forward.
"Changing Minds and Saving Lives." -Boo Williams
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