Danny White (Saturday Keynote)

We are excited to have Danny White, former NFL Quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys as our Saturday keynote speaker.

Danny White

Former NFL Quarterback Danny White

Danny White had a distinguished playing career as quarterback, playing for Arizona State University, the Memphis Southmen (1974-1975), and the Dallas Cowboys (1976-1988). Tom Landry, the legendary coach of the Dallas Cowboys said, “Danny White was probably as fine a winner as we have had in football”. During his career Danny set a number of records, including single-season records for completions and touchdown passes. He still holds 8 Cowboys records. Danny has been inducted into the AFL and NCAA Halls of Fame for his sporting accomplishments.

Following his playing career, Danny served as the head coach of the Arizona Rattlers and Utah Blaze, in the Arena Football League. He now spends his time touring the country as a motivational speaker. He is considered one of the top athlete speakers and has spoken on topics including “Leadership”, “Failure”, and “Decision Making”.

In addition to his many speaking engagements across the country, Danny currently works as the analyst for Compas Media broadcasting at Dallas Cowboy games. Danny and his wife, JoLynn have four children and 12 grandchildren.