Jeff Kemp is a Dartmouth-educated MBA from a widely-respected political family. His leadership, compassion and inspiration are a part of his legacy. He and his father Jack Kemp — former Vice-Presidential candidate and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development — were the first of only six sets of father/son NFL quarterbacks. Jeff Kemp entered the league as a free agent and quarterbacked for the Rams, Forty-Niners, Seahawks and Eagles before turning the 11 years of experience into service for others.
Since his retirement from the NFL in 1993, Kemp has founded and led a marriage and family strengthening non-profit, produced over 700 radio features and delivered nearly 1,000 presentations and training sessions for clients like Herman Miller Company, IBM, Northwestern Mutual, Washington Healthcare Association, American Petroleum Institute, Young Presidents Organization, Safeco Insurance, Citywide Banks, Interstate Battery and hundreds of non-profits including the Billy Graham Crusade, YMCA, Heritage Foundation and many men’s, marriage and family groups.
Kemp currently serves as a vice-president at FamilyLife, a national leader in marriage conferences, media outreach and empowering resources for families. Organizations that care about their people will find Kemp’s message and the resources he offers uniquely suited to foster acceptance, hope and healthy relationships at work and at home.
Jeff Kemp’s life stories, personal transparency and real-life wisdom inspire people to embrace change, serve others and turn problems into positives. He combines self-deprecating humor, fascinating perspective and laser-like insights with a huge heart for healing relationships, building trust and bringing out the best in people. Playing off his valuable experience in the NFL, in leadership speaking and in strengthening families, Kemp is exceptional at helping people and organizations face life’s blitzes, turn trials to triumph and build successful teamwork.
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