Uplifting Athletes team expands with hiring of Baylor Chapter founder Levi Norwood as Chapter Success Manager


Uplifting Athletes is excited to welcome Levi Norwood to our team in the role of Chapter Success Manager.

Levi is a former student-athlete at Baylor where he played football and basketball. During his time at Baylor he was inspired by a high school classmate battling Cerebral Palsy and, in early 2014, founded the Baylor Uplifting Athletes Chapter.

His passion and commitment to the rare disease cause started more than a half-decade ago, so when the opportunity to dedicate himself full-time to the Rare Disease Community as a member of the Uplifting Athletes team materialized, Levi was excited for the chance to serve.

“Since my time as a student-athlete at Baylor, I have been involved with Uplifting Athletes. First while in grad school trying to get the Baylor chapter rolling again and then getting guys interested while working in the athletic department at New Mexico,” said Norwood, who was a Rare Disease Champion Award finalist in 2015. “When Brett (Brackett) brought up the idea of working full-time with Uplifting Athletes, for me it was a no brainer.”

At Uplifting Athletes, Levi will be responsible for overseeing the success of our nationwide network of college football student-athlete led chapters while working diligently to elevate the rare disease cause as a national priority through the organization’s mission.

“Uplifting Athletes is fortunate to add a valuable piece to our team with the hiring of Levi Norwood,” Uplifting Athletes Executive Director Rob Long said. “Levi brings a passion for the rare disease cause and a familiarity with the organization that will make for a seamless transition to his full-time position. His unique skill set and a high level of emotional intelligence make him a perfect addition to help move the organization onward and upward.”

Levi received his undergraduate degree in 2014 from Baylor University where he obtained a B.A. in Public Relations. He obtained his graduate degree, M.Ed. in Sport Management, in 2018.

On the football field at Baylor, Levi was a part of the winningest class in school history and helped Baylor win their first two Big 12 Conference Championships in 2013 and 2014. As the primary punt returner, he holds the school record for career punt return touchdowns (2) and as a receiver caught 128 passes and scored 11 touchdowns. He also has one career point for the Baylor Bears basketball team.

After his career at Baylor, Levi spent a short time in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Like many coaches’ kids, Levi does not consider one place home but currently resides in Waco, Texas. Prior to joining Uplifting Athletes as a full-time employee on November 18th, Levi worked in higher education at the University of New Mexico and most recently Baylor University.

Chapter Update: Penn State matches program standard with another 10-win season and seven teams post Week 14 victories


Penn State won for the 10th consecutive time at Beaver Stadium and, in the process of upending Rutgers on Senior Day, the Nittany Lions tied a double-digit victory standard for the program.

For the third time in four years Penn State has won at least 10 games. It marks the first time the Nittany Lions have accomplished three double-digit win seasons in a four-year span since 1993-1996.

Penn State has been stellar at home during this historic run – capping a third unbeaten slate at Beaver Stadium in the last four years. The last time that happened was 1972-1975.

Backup quarterback Will Levis made his first start and rushed for 108 yards. Running back Journey Brown chipped in with 103 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. The last time Penn State had a pair of 100-yard rushers was 2015 and the last time that combination was a QB and RB was 2005.

The Nittany Lions finished solo second in the Big Ten East behind undefeated Ohio State and are in line for a New Year’s Six bowl bid.

Baylor: Two years ago the Bears were a one-win team in head coach Matt Rhule’s first season in Waco. Their only victory in 2017 was on the road at Kansas. Two years later Baylor returned to Memorial Stadium in Lawrence and thumped the Jayhawks to complete a 1-11 to 11-1 turnaround and punched their ticket to the Big 12 Championship game Saturday. Baylor is the first Power 5 program to go from 1-11 to 11-1 in two years. In one of its most dominant conference victories in program history, the Bears rang up 264 yards on the ground, scored on five of their first six possessions and the defense produced six turnovers.

Clemson: The Tigers won their 27th game in a row, nailed down the eighth undefeated regular season in program history and third under head coach Dabo Swinney, by knocking off Palmetto State rival South Carolina. Junior running back Travis Etienne broke the ACC record for career rushing touchdowns with a three-yard blast in the fourth quarter for his 53rd career touchdown on the ground. His historic touchdown earned Etienne the Uplifting Athletes Rare Performance of the Week. Sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence completed 18 consecutive passes against the Gamecocks to set a school record for consecutive completions, surpassing the previous mark of 15. The 18 straight completions also tied the ACC record for consecutive completions.

Learn more about Florida State Chapter President and linebacker DeCalon Brooks in our Beyond The Trophy series

Northwestern: The Wildcats used a powerful running game and a stingy defense to subdue Illinois and claim the Land of Lincoln Trophy for a program-record fifth time in a row. Northwestern posted 378 yards on the ground and eclipsed the 350-plus yard mark rushing for the first time since 2012. Senior defensive lineman Trent Goens had a career day in his final game with three tackles for a loss (TFL), a quarterback hurry (QBH) and a forced fumble. Only one Wildcat has replicated that stat line since 2000 – Malcolm Arrington in 2008. Goens also finished with six tackles, five of them solo stops, and a pass break-up to power a defense that limited the Fighting Illini to 160 total yards.

Notre Dame: Trailing by 10 points in the first half, the Fighting Irish ripped off 24 unanswered points to reach the 10-win plateau for the third consecutive season and the fourth time in the last five years. Senior quarterback Ian Book became the first Fighting Irish in program history with 2,500 passing yards, 500 rushing yards and 30 touchdown passes in a season. He also became the first Notre Dame quarterback to throw four touchdown passes in a game five times in the victory over Stanford. 

Syracuse: Sophomore defensive back Trill Williams ripped the ball from Wake Forest’s Kendall Hinton at the six and raced 94 yards to the end zone to secure a six-point overtime victory for the Orange at home. Syracuse scored first in OT on a 40-yard field goal. The Demon Deacons were on the move in extra time before Williams stepped in. Each team kicked a 40-plus yard field in the final minute of regulation to force overtime.

Kent State: For the first time since 2012, the Golden Flashes are headed to a bowl game after posting their third consecutive win to reach 6-6 overall by taking out Eastern Michigan on Black Friday. This is only the fourth season Kent State in bowl eligible in the last 30 years. Jamal Parker put the Golden Flashes in the driver’s seat by returning the second-half kickoff 96 yards to give Kent State a three-score lead on the road. EMU pushed back and made it a one-score game in the fourth quarter before the Golden Flashes defense picked off a pass late to earn a bowl invitation for 2019. Junior quarterback Dustin Crum completed 68.3 percent of his passes this year and finished the regular season with an NCAA QB Rating of 155.97. Both those numbers are the best in Golden Flashes program history.

Illinois: The Illini held their 118th annual football banquet Sunday and Illinois Chapter President and tight end Bobby Walker was recognized for his work with Uplifting Athletes in receiving the Service Above Self Award. Despite the loss at home to Northwestern on Senior Day, the Fighting Illini finished 6-6 this year and are bowl eligible for the first time since 2014. Junior kicker James McCourtnailed a 50-yard field in the third quarter against the Wildcats to give him four field goals this season of 50 or more yards. Those four long-range kicks ties the Fighting Illini program record for number of 50-yard or longer field goals in a season.

Beyond The Trophy 2019: Get to know Florida State Chapter President and linebacker DeCalon Brooks


Each week during the college football season we will feature a player who is an officer for an Uplifting Athletes Chapter for our Beyond the Trophy series.

Name: DeCalon Brooks

College: Florida State University

Height, weight, class, position: 5-10, 209-pound, redshirt sophomore, linebacker

High School: Gaither High School in Tampa, Fla.

About DeCalon: Became an impact player for the Seminoles as a redshirt freshman in 2018 by appearing in 11 games and making seven starts. Earned ACC Linebacker of the Week for his stellar career day against Louisville. DeCalon is the son of Derrick Brooks, a member of the NFL and Florida State Hall of Fame. This season he has appeared in 11 games and has 15 tackles. When the FSU program went through a transition of leadership, DeCalon Brooks stepped forward and took a leadership role in helping Uplifting Athletes remain a part of the Seminoles’ program. The Tampa native attended the 2019 Leadership Development Conference and was inspired by the rare disease cause and the programming to make something happen. This summer Florida State held a Lift For Life after a one-year absence on the calendar and Brooks, the President of the FSU Chapter, played an instrumental role in making the event to support the Rare Disease Community happen.

What is your most memorable experience as a college football player?

BROOKS: Getting my first sack against Louisville in 2018.

What drove you to get involved with Uplifting Athletes?

BROOKS: I wanted to join when I heard Uplifting Athlete helps fund research for diseases and it is a great way to serve the community and collaborate with different teams.

What have you learned from your experience with Uplifting Athletes?

BROOKS: I learned it is really bigger than football and that we can use our platform to better other people’s lives.

What advice would you share with someone in high school looking to play college football?

BROOKS: I would tell them if they didn’t play a down of football, what college would they go to? Because you are going to spend the next 3-4 years of your life at college. So you want to make sure that university will better you academically, athletically and as a man.

Who is your favorite NFL player and why?

BROOKS: Von Miller is one of my favorite players. He has a lot of passion for the game and it shows on the field.

DECALON ON THE HOT SEAT

What is your perfect pizza?

BROOKS: Pepperoni

All time favorite movie?

BROOKS: New Jack City

What is your go-to fast food restaurant?

BROOKS: Whataburger

Favorite sports team (any sport)?

BROOKS: In basketball it’s the Heat, and in football the Bucs

What is the most used app on your phone?

BROOKS: Snapchat

Chapter Update: Princeton finishes strong and six teams post Week 13 victories


Princeton needed a lot of help to get a share of the 2019 Ivy League crown. All the Tigers could control in the scenario was get a victory over Penn at historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

Led by 172 rushing yards from RB Collin Eaddy and a defense that blanked the Quakers over the final 52 minutes, Princeton overwhelmed Penn to post a three-touchdown victory.

However, Princeton did not earn a share of the Ancient Eight crown this season after winning the title outright in 2018. Dartmouth and Yale ended up sharing the 2019 Ivy League title. But the Tigers did finish 8-2 overall and put together the best two-season run for the program in nearly 70 years.

For the ninth time since the Ivy League went to a 10-game schedule in 1980, Princeton won at least eight games. When you factor in a 10-0 season a year ago, the Tigers reached 18 wins over a two-year span for the first time since 1950-51.

Penn senior running back Karekin Brooks finished off his career with 95 yards against the Tigers to end the season with 1,003 yards. Brooks becomes only the 12th player in the Quakers’ 144-year history to eclipse 1,000 yards and the first since 2006.

The Penn and Princeton programs joined forces for the second consecutive year to make this game an Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Awareness Game by wearing helmet stickers with the Uplifting Athletes logo and #WeTackleRare wristbands to signify their unified commitment to one cause.

They also hosted two exceptional rare disease families who are having an impact on the Rare Disease Community. Dr. David Fajgenbaum and his family and the Combs family were recognized as part of the Rare Disease Awareness Game celebration.

Baylor: Two years ago the Bears were 1-11 and lost all six of their home games. Today, Baylor is headed to the Big 12 Championship game after posting its first win over Texas in their last five meetings. Sparked by a defense that limited a Texas offense that had scored at least 21 points in 28 straight games to only 10 points, Baylor posted its sixth 10-win season in program history. The Bears’ defense had five sacks and now has 38 for the season led by defensive end James Lynch. The junior had 2.0 sacks against the Longhorns to move into the No. 1 spot in program history for career sacks with 19. The previous mark was 17.5 held by Shawn Oakman. Lynch has 10.5 sacks this season and is one sack away from establishing a new school mark for sacks in a single season.

Northwestern: Playing his final game at Ryan Field, Wildcats senior defensive end Joe Gaziano recorded two sacks – the first one for a safety – to become the all-time sack leader at Northwestern with 29. The previous mark of 27 career sacks had stood for 21 years. Gaziano earned the Uplifting Athletes Rare Performance of the Week.

Kent State: The Golden Flashes kept their bid for a bowl game alive courtesy of kicker Matthew Trickett’s third game winning field goal this season, and second in as many games. This one came from 22 yards out with 19 seconds remaining. Kent State quarterback Dustin Crum had a monster game. The junior became the first Golden Flashes QB to throw for more than 300 yards and eclipse 100 yards rushing since 2004. His 470 yards of total offense was the most for Kent State since Jose Davis posted 474 against Akron in 1997 and his 369 yards through the air was the first time since 2014 a Kent State signal caller eclipsed 350 yards. Kent State is 5-6 and plays at Eastern Michigan on Black Friday.

Learn more about Stony Brook Chapter President and tight end Zach Lucas in our Beyond The Trophy series

Notre Dame: Sparked by three touchdown passes from quarterback Ian Book, the Fighting Irish exploded for 24 unanswered points in the second half to subdue Boston College on Senior Day in South Bend. Notre Dame’s defense limited the Eagles to fewer than 200 total yards. Junior tight end Cole Kmet tied the Notre Dame record for touchdown receptions in a season (six) by a tight end with his 11-yard scoring catch in the third quarter. The only other tight end to catch six touchdown passes in a season was Ken McAfee in 1977.

Marist: In his final game, redshirt senior Andrew McElroy secured a victory for the Red Foxes with a 90-yard interception return in the final minute to give Marist a 12-point lead. He jumped an out route and raced down the sideline for his first career interception. 

Fordham: The Rams ended a four-game slide – three of those losses were by single digits – behind a defense that did not allow any points in a convincing victory over Bucknell. All the Bison’s points came on defensive touchdowns. Trey Sneed had a pair of second-half touchdown runs as Fordham posted the only 21 points after intermission. Freshman wide receiver DeQuence Carter had a season-high 10 catches. His 10 grabs gave Carter 53 for the season to establish a new single-season catch record for a freshman at Fordham. The previous mark of 48 catches was established in 2000.

Beyond The Trophy 2019: Get to know Stony Brook Chapter President and tight end Zach Lucas


Each week during the college football season we will feature a player who is an officer for an Uplifting Athletes Chapter for our Beyond the Trophy series.

Name: Zach Lucas

College: Stony Brook University

Height, weight, class, position: 6-4, 240-pound, redshirt senior, tight end

High School: Old Tappan High School, Northvale, N.J.

About Zach: Each of the last three seasons has appeared in double-digit games for the Seawolves and will finish his career with nearly 35 appearances. Two years ago he appeared in 11 games on special teams, last season he saw action in the same number of games at tight end and recorded his first collegiate reception. This season the New Jersey native has made nine catches for 71 yards – both career-high numbers. Zach participated in the Stony Brook Chapter Lift For Life before joining the leadership team in 2018. He learned the details behind running a chapter and the importance of the Rare Disease Community to the SeaWolves’ football program. He took over as the Chapter President in 2019 and attended the Leadership Development Conference in January of 2019 before overseeing the Stony Brook Chapter Lift For Life this past spring.

What is your most memorable experience as a college football player?

LUCAS: My most memorable experience as a college football player was my first career start. I was faced with trials and tribulations but ultimately overcame them to become a starting tight end for Stony Brook.

What drove you to get involved with Uplifting Athletes?

LUCAS: As a college football player we have a platform to create change and help others.

What have you learned from your experience with Uplifting Athletes?

LUCAS: I learned to appreciate the little things more. Getting to meet people with rare diseases it was inspiring. From the joyful spirit about life you couldn’t even tell all the pain and suffering them have been to. It was incredible.

What advice would you share with someone in high school looking to play college football?

LUCAS: You have to take advantage of the opportunity. The life lessons you learn and relationships you build will last a lifetime. It isn’t always easy, but it’s unmatched to anything I’ve been a part of.

Who is your favorite NFL player and why?

LUCAS: Tom Brady. He is the GOAT!

If you could have lunch with any one person (dead or alive), who would you choose and why?

LUCAS: Warren Buffet; I would love to absorb some of the knowledge about finances and life from him.

ZACH ON THE HOT SEAT

What is your perfect pizza?

LUCAS: Extra Meat Lovers

All time favorite movie?

LUCAS: Dodge Ball

What is your go-to fast food restaurant?

LUCAS: Taco Bell

Favorite sports team (any sport)?

LUCAS: Philadelphia Eagles

What is the most used app on your phone?

LUCAS: Instagram

Chapter Update: Northwestern freshman has breakout performance and 12 teams post Week 12 victories


Behind a breakout performance from true freshman running back Evan Hull, Northwestern won its second game of the season by rolling up 45 points against UMass.

Hull, making his first start of the season, rushed for 220 yards and tied the single-game program record with four touchdowns on the ground. He became the first Wildcat running back to rush for four touchdowns and more than 200 yards in a game since 2005. Hull scored on touchdown runs of 46, 38, 36 and 6 yards.

Northwestern also used a strong effort from its special teams to add points to the scoreboard. Joe Gaziano blocked a 30-yard field goal attempt and Chris Bergin grabbed the loose ball and scooted 85-yards for a scoop-and-score. The Wildcats also recovered a squib kick and turned it into a field goal.

Penn State: Junior quarterback Sean Clifford, the Penn State Chapter President, went over 3,000 total yards for the season and was responsible for three touchdowns as the Nittany Lions bounced back from their first loss of the season. Clifford, who posted 234 total yards of offense, two rushing scores and a passing touchdown against the Hoosiers, finished off a statement drive for Penn State to seal the victory. His 1-yard plunge on fourth down late in the fourth quarter gave the Nittany Lions a 10-point lead and capped an 18-play, 75-yard march that consumed 9:01 of the clock. 

Saint Francis: Redshirt sophomore quarterback Jason Brown connected with classmate E.J. Jenkins for three touchdowns to help the Red Flash post their most convincing win of the season. Joel Denley added 157 all-purpose yards and a career-high three rushing touchdowns as part of the 42-point outburst. Saint Francis Chapter President Nick Rinella, one of six seniors honored prior to the game, posted eight tackles and returned the opening kickoff 48 yards. 

In his first year as the starter, Brown’s three touchdown passes against Wagner gives him 23 on the season to take over as the program’s all-time leader in TD passes for a season and earned him the Uplifting Athletes Rare Performance of the Week.

Penn: The Quakers went on the road to Harvard and set a program milestone in close-to-the-vest Ivy League victories. For the first time in the Ancient Eight era of college football, Penn has won three consecutive games at Harvard Stadium. It was also the third straight win overall for the Quakers, all decided by four points or fewer. Six of Penn’s nine games this season have been decided by five or fewer points. The Quakers are 4-2 in those tight-squeeze affairs. Nick Robinson threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Rory Starkey midway through the fourth quarter to give the Quakers the lead for good. And the Penn defense locked it down with a late fourth-quarter stop on fourth down at its own 30-yard-line.

Clemson: Behind a career-high four touchdowns from sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence and 121 yards from RB Travis Etienne, the Tigers won their sixth consecutive game by 30 or more points – the longest streak in ACC history. Etienne’s 100-plus yard game was his sixth in a row and established a school record for consecutive 100-plus yard games. Wake Forest walked into Memorial Stadium bringing seven wins to the table behind a solid offense. The Tigers’ defense held the Demon Deacons to 105 total yards and five first downs.

Davidson: The Wildcats finished off the road portion of their schedule with a stellar 4-1 mark thanks to 28 unanswered second-half points to pull away from Stetson. Davidson moved to 5-2 in the Pioneer Football League, posting the most league wins by the program since 2006. Junior RB Wesley Dugger continued his assault on the record books with two more touchdowns to become the PFL’s all-time leading scorer and the Davidson single-season leader in rushing touchdowns with 20. Davidson Chapter President and team captain, linebacker George Hatalowich, led a defense that limited Stetson to less than 100 yards the final 30 minutes with a team-high 11 tackles.

Notre Dame: Senior wide receiver Chase Claypool had four touchdown receptions tying him for the most in a single game in Irish history with Maurice Stovall who caught four against BYU in 2005. Three of those touchdown catches came in the first half in the commanding win over Navy, marking the first time an Irish player has posted three touchdown receptions in a single half since at least 1950. Claypool finished with seven catches for 117 yards. Notre Dame Chapter Vice President and linebacker Drew White had a team-high 10 tackles and a fumble recovery. White now leads the Fighting Irish defense in tackles this season.

Learn more about Notre Dame Chapter Vice President and linebacker Drew White in our Beyond The Trophy series

Colgate: Sparked by a defense that found its stride late in the season, the Raiders closed out their 2019 season with three straight victories after blanking Lafayette on the road. It was the third straight season Colgate has blanked Lafayette. After starting 0-7, the Raiders won four of their last five and finished 3-3 in the Patriot League behind a defense that allowed only 27 total points the final 12 quarters of the season.

Syracuse: Fueled by its defense, Syracuse ended its four-game slide and kept its hopes for a bowl bid alive by posting its first win ever against Duke in four tries. Leading 14-6 at halftime, the Orange defense forced three turnovers in the third quarter that the offense turned into 21 points to break the game open. Andre Cisco started the turnover barrage with the first pick-six of his career covering 48 yards that quickly made it 21-6. The 43-point margin of victory was the largest ever for Syracuse in an ACC game.

Western Michigan: In a wild back-and-forth affair that saw the Broncos and Ohio University combine for 10 first-half points but then 31 total points in the fourth quarter, LeVante Bellamy’s four-yard touchdown run in overtime sealed the seventh victory of the season for WMU. After the Broncos’ defense surrendered a late touchdown in regulation that forced OT, they came up with a stand to start the extra session to force a field goal.

Kent State: Trailing Buffalo at home by 21 points with half of the fourth quarter remaining, the Golden Flashes exploded for 24 unanswered points down the stretch to keep their quest for a bowl big alive. Sophomore kicker Matthew Trickett nailed a 44-yard field goal as time expired to cap the biggest fourth-quarter comeback this season in FBS. The field goal to win it by Trickett was his 20th of the season and broke the single-season Kent State record established in 2012 by Freddy Cortez. 

Florida State: For the 38th time in the last 40 years the Seminoles will appear in a bowl game after roughing up FCS Alabama State for win No. 6 this season. In his second stint as interim head coach, Odell Haggins is now 4-0 with FSU averaging nearly 43 points a game in those contests. Haggins is 2-0 this season since taking over and the 49 points scored this week is a season high.

Beyond The Trophy 2019: Get to know Notre Dame Chapter Vice President and linebacker Drew White


Each week during the college football season we will feature a player who is an officer for an Uplifting Athletes Chapter for our Beyond the Trophy series.

Name: Drew White

College: University of Notre Dame

Height, weight, class, position: 6-0, 230-pound, junior, linebacker

High School: St. Thomas Aquinas in Boca Raton, Florida

About Drew: After appearing in four games a redshirt freshman for the Fighting Irish in 2018, Drew has taken over a full-time starter at linebacker this season. Through nine games he’s second on the team in tackles with 55, leads Notre Dame with 8.0 tackles for a loss and has pair of sacks. Drew participated in the inaugural Notre Dame Chapter Lift For Life in 2018 and was inspired to take on a bigger role for the Fighting Irish Chapter. He volunteered to become a Chapter Leader and attended the Leadership Development Conference in January of 2019. Drew is motivated by the rare disease cause, wanted to make a difference and is inspired by the children who attend the Uplifting Experience at the Notre Dame Chapter Bowling Event. He was instrumental in Notre Dame’s record-breaking Lift For Life in 2019 and provides a strong voice from his platform on behalf of the Rare Disease Community.

What is your most memorable experience as a college football player?

WHITE: My most memorable experience in my college football career thus far was replacing Drue Tranquil in the 2018 Navy game and having my first shot at playing middle linebacker for Notre Dame.

What drove you to get involved with Uplifting Athletes?

WHITE: I wanted to use the platform I was granted to help and inspire kids with rare diseases.

What have you learned from your experience with Uplifting Athletes?

WHITE: I’ve learned that these kids who have been dealt the worst of hands are the toughest individuals I know and they keep on inspiring me.

What advice would you share with someone in high school looking to play college football?

WHITE: Be first class in every aspect of your life as a student athlete. Don’t cut corners. Go to class, meet with professors, do extra in the weightroom, and be in film study. Yes, it is hard but the results from your hardwork will be evident.

Who is your favorite NFL player and why?

WHITE: My favorite NFL player is Leighton Vander Esch of the Dallas Cowboys because he plays sideline to sideline, is a leader and has a certain attitude that one needs to play linebacker.

If you could have lunch with any one person (dead or alive), who would you choose and why?

WHITE: I would have lunch with Denzel Washington. Denzel is my favorite actor and his speech at Dillard University is the most inspiring talk I have ever listened to.

DREW ON THE HOT SEAT

What is your perfect pizza?

WHITE: Good Ole Pepperoni (If it’s a truly good pizzeria, you don’t need all that extra stuff on a pizza)

All time favorite movie?

WHITE: Inside Man (Denzel Washington was a beast in this movie)

What is your go-to fast food restaurant?

WHITE: Chipotle

Favorite sports team (any sport)?

WHITE: Miami Dolphins

What is the most used app on your phone?

WHITE: Snapchat