Atlanta, GA – The Safe America Foundation to Host Experts in the Areas of Safety at Upcoming Spring Symposium
The Safe America Foundation is pleased to announce that Jack Brewer will be a keynote speaker at our Spring Symposium Thursday and Friday, April 26 and 27, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Jack Brewer is a former American football safety who played professionally for the NFL (National Football League). He played for the Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants.
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.
The Spring Symposium – themed ‘Spring-into-Action!’ – will focus on key topics that are challenging our nation – and the world. “Our goal is to look at issues and determining ‘what’s next’ in terms of future efforts,” noted CEO Len Pagano. “Our mission is educating people on health and safety issues to save and protect lives,” Pagano noted.