Date(s) - Thursday, June 11, 2015
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
TEC members have confidence in their decisions, are strong in the face of adversity and lead growing organizations. Presidents, CEOs and Business Owners who want to learn about the TEC concept are invited to take part in an issue session, listen to an excellent speaker, Rob Davis, Director of Player Development for the Green Bay Packers, and network with fellow peers.
This event is an opportunity for TEC members to bring/send a guest who would benefit from learning more about TEC. Due to the confidential issue session involved, please send only the chief decision maker of the company.
Members who bring/send a potential candidate for TEC membership will receive a $25.00 Starbucks gift card.
About Rob Davis
Rob Davis, who played 12 years in the NFL, enters his seventh year as the team’s director of player engagement. Before being named to the new position, he had spent the previous 11 seasons as the Packers’ long snapper before retiring in March 2008. He was named director of player development on March 26, 2008, by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations. Davis’ title was adjusted to director of player engagement this past offseason.
As the director of player engagement, Davis is vital in maintaining locker-room cohesiveness and overall player health. He assists players in acclimating to their roles, both on and off the field and in the Green Bay community.
Davis also oversees the Packers’ wide range of programs designed to meet the needs of players and their families in today’s NFL. The department provides a framework of assistance within which players and their immediate family members can address the pressures created by daily life and complicated by the demands of playing professional football. The program is also set up to get players prepared for life after football, and helps players seek educational and vocational opportunities. Davis also developed a mentorship program, aimed at joining Packers players with community leaders who serve as professional mentors.
Davis resides in De Pere with his wife, Tara, his daughter, Marlee, and his son, Kahli. In his spare time, he enjoys RV camping, boating, listening to audio books and making an impact in the community.
He recently developed a program for at-risk youth called The Culture (Care, Understanding, Loyalty, Toughness, Utilization, Respect, Education). The program works with area school districts and their at-risk students through hands-on programs customized for the students with the assistance of the schools.
Davis earned his master’s degree in applied leadership for teaching and learning from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2013.
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