Ambassador of Philanthropy

Nick Lowery


Nick Lowery was inducted into the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame as the most accurate and prolific kicker in NFL History when he left the National Football League. Nick is the only American to work for both President George H.W. Bush (1989) and President Bill Clinton (1993) in the White House Office of National Service. He earned his BA from Dartmouth College in Government. 
In 2001, Lowery became the first pro athlete to get a Masters and Fellowship from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Lowery was instrumental in the creation and passage of Americorps in 1993 for President Bill Clinton.

 

Nick is the winner of the NFL Player’s foremost humanitarian award, the Byron Whizzer White award, the US Jaycees’ “Ten Outstanding Young Americans Award” (won by Elvis and JFK), and the National Community Service Award from United Cerebral Palsy for his work with at risk and disabled youth.