Team Leaders - Ray Lewis & Doug Pitt
TEAM LEADER ~ RAY LEWIS, RETIRED SUPER BOWL CHAMPION AND ESPN BROADCASTER
Two-time Defensive Player of the Year Ray Lewis officially joined ESPN after completing his final game in the NFL by helping the Baltimore Ravens win the 2013 Super Bowl. Retiring after 17 seasons, Lewis will appear on "Monday Night Countdown," "Sunday NFL Countdown" and "SportsCenter."
Lewis helped the Ravens win two Super Bowl titles during his career and was selected to 13 Pro Bowls, fifth on the all-time list and most by a linebacker. He was named The Associated Press' Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and 2003 and retired as the Ravens' franchise leader in several categories, including tackles (2,643), fumble recoveries (31) and games played (228).
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TEAM LEADER ~ DOUG PITT, GOODWILL AMBASSADOR TO TANZANIA
Doug Pitt is the owner of ServiceWorld Computer Center in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri. Involved today in both residential and commercial real estate developments, Doug also enjoyed a successful photojournalism career, with works published and displayed in numerous galleries.
Honored by Rotary International for his service to others, his U.S.-based efforts include founding the non-profit organization Care to Learn which provides immediate financial and physical help to kids who come to school with health, hunger or hygiene needs. In just two years, Care to Learn has expanded to four cities and raised nearly $1 million.
Seeing a water well drilling operation on his first trip to Africa opened his eyes to the plight of children and families living without clean water: “It is the obvious first step to release people from dire poverty. Clean water must come first.” Doug was named first Goodwill Ambassador to Tanzania by Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete in 2010.