Drew McQueen Bledsoe is a former New England’s Patriot’s quarterback who the team selected in the first round of the 1993 NFL draft. He played for 14 seasons in the National Football League. Beginning as a quarterback for the Patriots, Bledsoe led the team to post-season playoffs four times, enjoyed one Super Bowl appearance, and won the division twice. As a 3x Pro Bowler, he was the face of the Patriots for nine seasons before an injury resulted in his replacement by now legendary quarterback Tom Brady.
Why select keynote speaker Drew Bledsoe
- Audiences relate to Drew’s strong work ethic and role in transforming the New England Patriots into a championship team. Interacting with community members, he offers strong insight into how to make a difference in the world by impacting work, community, and home.
- His presentation offers audiences a call to give back to communities, balance work and family, and invest in youths
- Bledsoe’s book, Make the Right Call focuses on advising young readers to make responsible decisions daily. The book maintains a 4.5-star reviewer rating.
Former NFL Super Bowl champion and trailblazer Drew Bledsoe offers audiences a genuine and relatable presentation. Reflecting on his time in the National Football League and emphasizing the importance of family and community, Bledsoe’s entertaining speeches call listeners to participate giving back to change the world.
He promotes his parents’ non-profit, called Parenting with Dignity and raises awareness about responsible parenting through the Drew Bledsoe Foundation. The Bledsoe family advocates for teaching children to act responsibly and make good choices when away from home. His foundation provides support across the nation by encouraging responsible parenting.
Speaking about loyalty and determination, Bledsoe reflects on his 14 years in the NFL. As an integral contributor to rebuilding the New England Patriots franchise during his time with the team, he led the Patriots to its first playoff appearance in eight years. It’s Bledsoe’s exception play, which sparked the team’s revival prior to Tom Brady ascending to the quarterback position. Recognizing his contributions, the Patriots Hall of Fame inducted Bledsoe in 2011.
For audiences, Bledsoe brings a poignant and impactful presentation, which inspires listeners to act by focusing on family, children, and community. Emphasizing the importance of family balance, he shares personal experiences, such as coaching his son’s football team and opening a family winery business. When Bledsoe retired from the NFL in 2007, he committed himself to living, sharing, and uplifting core values.
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