Tony Bouie: All-American football player and NFL powerhouse. In this episode he shows us how a winning attitude can propel you to success in business and life. He played 4 years professionally in the NFL, has multiple masters degrees, survived stage-4 Lymphoma, and continues to lead by example. Just like all great world-changing leaders, Tony didn’t wake up one day having achieved greatness. He has turned his setbacks into setups, creating a platform to become a monumental voice of hope to many.
Tony is an entrepreneur to the core! He has a combined 20+ years business experience ranging from retail, government administration, aerospace, Human Resources, consumer products, oil and gas and transportation. He has raised investor funds in the 7 figures and has severals patents to his name.
Tony played four years in the NFL for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tony has owned and operated a Chevron convenience store, managed a $30 Million business unit at Circle K, the second largest convenience store operator in North America and was a governor-appointed executive director a $750 million Arizona state agency.
Tony has obtained several degrees. He has a Bachelor's and Masters degrees from the University of Arizona, Masters of Business Administration from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a Masters of Science from the University of Akron.
Tony has served on prestigious boards such as the University of Arizona National Alumni Board of Directors, University of Arizona Maricopa County Black Alumni Association, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and the National Football League Players Association.
He was also inducted into the University of Arizona Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. Tony is a stage 4 cancer survivor. He and his wife, Allison, have four children.
In each episode, Staci sits down with notable business leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs to discuss how they have turned adversity into epic comeback stories that enabled them to build a life and business they love.