PHILADELPHIA, PA – August 13, 2020 /AxisWire/ – Athletes for CARE has announced the hiring of Clint Johnson, former Atlanta Falcons(NFL), Edmonton Eskimos(CFL) and Notre Dame football player, as Director of Development.

Johnson brings a wealth of experience from a dynamic career focused on growth, development and expansion of organizations that directly benefit the community. 

Prior to being appointed as Director of Development, Johnson fostered federal relationships with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development resulting in non-profit affiliates receiving a Federal Grant in excess of $1 million for Housing and Foreclosure Prevention. Johnson also holds a Juris Doctor degree, and previously served as the managing member attorney for a progressive law firm. 

“We’re excited to welcome Clint Johnson to the Athletes for CARE team as Director of Development. His experience and success as a professional athlete and his passion for making a difference will be a huge asset as our organization continues to empower athletes to use their influence to improve global standards of health, safety and quality of life,” said Anna Valent, Executive Director of Athletes for CARE.

“It’s not often one has an opportunity to help change perception, while making a significant contribution to the health, safety and quality of life for athletes around the world,” said Clint Johnson. “It’s an honor to join Athletes for CARE, I’m excited to be a part of the important work this foundation does,” said Johnson.

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