Family
photo

Troy Vincent Sr.

www.troyvincent.com

Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of the NFL Football Operations, began his football career as a first round pick of the Miami Dolphins in the 1992 Draft. After 15 seasons playing in the league, he was nominated to the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame and inducted into the Hall of Fames for the Philadelphia Eagles, the State of Pennsylvania, the University of Wisconsin and Pennsbury High School.

As Executive Vice President of Football Operations, Vincent informs the business of the NFL through the unique lens of his previous roles as not only a player, but also as a Player’s Union President and Senior Vice President of Player Engagement. He employs the highest standards to enhance and preserve football and its value to society.

With a platform that touches millions, Troy Vincent is recognized as one of the most powerful influencers. His recognitions include being named one of the Most Influential Minorities in Sports in 2016 by Forbes Magazine, one of Savoy Magazine’s top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America in 2016 and was also listed as one of the 50 Most Influential People in Sports by Ebony Magazine.

Vincent has long been a promoter of the values of character and leadership. He is the only player in history to have received the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year award, NFL Players Association Byron Whizzer White Award, Sporting News #1 Good Guy, and NFL Athletes in Action Bart Starr Award. Vincent also received the National Jefferson Award for Public Service, considered the Nobel Prize for extraordinary public service and making the world a better place to live.

Vincent utilizes this platform for good, helping in philanthropic efforts across the nation As a national leader and advocate against domestic violence and sexual assault, his commitment to leadership over violence has anchored him as a nationally recognized voice for those who have none or struggle to be heard. As a humanitarian and powerful advocate in the national campaign against domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, Vincent is a servant leader, demonstrated by his visits to shelters, speaking to men’s groups and challenging others to lend their platforms.

His transformational and visionary leadership approach promotes using the game of football to positively impact people’s lives through excellence and service by applying a vision of clarity, consistency and credibility to all aspects of football operations.


Stay Connected:
Twitter

photo

Tommi Vincent

Tommi Vincent is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, writer and chef, best known as the matriarch of VINCENT COUNTRY and the wife of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of NFL Football Operations and former All-Pro NFL cornerback. Tommi has built an exemplary family and diverse career around faith-filled leadership and community development.

With a growing passion for helping others early on, Tommi attended Temple University in Philadelphia for her undergraduate studies in social work. However, the highlight of her academic achievement culminated when she received her degree in Culinary Arts from Stratford University in Baltimore under the guidance of Master Chef Edwin Scholly, former White House Chef servicing three administrations.

Beginning with her Nana Edie’s catering company, over 30 years ago, Tommi developed a genuine desire to use her talents as a way to heal others. By creating thoughtful, soul-stirring recipes with love and intention she is able to manifest an environment that ultimately results in positive change for all those involved – her coveted VINCENT COUNTRY Retreats is a prime example.

Since 2008, Tommi has been the Co-Chair/Administrative Assistant for Love Thy Neighbor Community Development and Opportunity Corporation, where she manages participant and donor databases, develops programming, spearheads fundraisers and writes grants for the non-profit.

Tommi and Troy are proud parents to five amazing children, Desiré, Troy Jr., Taron, Hadassah and Tanner. She currently lives with her family in Virginia.


Stay Connected:
Twitter Instagram

photo

Desiré Vincent-Levy

Desiré Vincent Levy is the Associate Director of Communications for the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan (ACLU). Daughter of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the NFL and former All-Pro NFL cornerback, Desiré credits her parents for her career path and passion to serve her community.

Early on in her career, she worked as a Community Engagement Assistant at the National Center for Media Engagement and later volunteered as a reentry mentor at the Women’s Prison Association in New York City. She moved on to become a Project Coordinator for the Cost-Benefit Analysis Unit at the Vera Institute of Justice where she worked on the National Cost-Benefit Knowledge Bank technical assistance project. Desiré most recently served as the Coordinator of Digital Strategies at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law and as a 2015-2016 Beyond the Bars Fellow at Columbia University's Center for Justice.

Currently at the ACLU of Michigan, Desiré is responsible for designing and implementing the organization’s marketing program and digital strategy across all platforms, as well as plans events to advance the ACLU’s brand in the community, creates and maintains strategic partnerships and helps manages the organization’s speakers bureau.
Desiré continues to make a difference in her community outside of her career. She started a culinary arts scholarship in partnership with the Detroit Food Academy (DFA), where she currently sits on the Board of Directors, that is funded through the Regenerate Detroit dinner series. To date, the scholarship has provided two DFA students full tuition scholarships to attend School Craft College. She also has an ongoing fundraiser for the Enough SAID initiative which raises money to process the backlog of neglected rape kits in Detroit. To date, they have raised over $45,000 and have a mural in Detroit’s Eastern Market to bring awareness to the issue.

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling. She currently lives in Detroit, Michigan with her husband, DeAndre Levy.


Stay Connected:
Twitter Instagram

photo

Troy Vincent Jr.

Troy Vincent Jr. has grown up serving his community and continues to do so with his current work at Prince William County Juvenile Detention Center. As the son of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the NFL and former All-Pro NFL cornerback, Troy Jr. has followed in his family’s footsteps by devoting much of his time and energy into helping those in need.

Graduating with his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a concentration in International Affairs from Towson University, Troy Jr. chose to pursue a career in politics very early on in an effort to promote positive change. Currently, he is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Homeland Security Management.

In his current role at Prince William County Juvenile Detention Center, he strives to motivate and mentor by conducting group sessions, while maintaining a safe environment for everyone in the institution. By starting with the younger generation, the hope is to continue educating and promoting positivity into their lives to allow them to grow to be the best they can be.

Troy Jr. currently lives in Virginia with his wife, Brenaya, and daughter Avaya.

photo

Taron Vincent

Taron Vincent comes from a family of student-athletes. As the son of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of the NFL Football Operations and former NFL cornerback, Taron has always had a strong work ethic and followed his father’s footsteps with his love of football.

Originally from Trenton, New Jersey, Taron started playing football at the age of five for Trenton Pop Warner and fell in love with the sport early on. As a full-time student athlete, he has been responsible for maintaining his assignments in school while being a leader amongst his peers on his team. Taron is an early high school graduate of IMG Academy. In his short but impactful football career, he has received several recognitions in the industry including being selected for the Army All American Game, Under Armor’s Future 50, USA Today’s 1st team All-Defensive Team, NFL Prep Academy Future 50 Class of 2018, Maxwell Football Club National High School Defensive Player of the Year, and more.

In December 2017, Taron signed his National Letter of Intent with Ohio State University as a Defensive Tackle. He strives to continue having a positive social impact as a student athlete, as well as receive Big Ten freshman honors.

When not on the football field or in class, Taron enjoys spending his spare time taking pictures and volunteering his time with Love Thy Neighbor Community Development Corporation. He is also involved in the Black Student Union and currently lives in Virginia.

photo

Hadassah Vincent

As the youngest members of Vincent Country, twins Hadassah and Tanner are already following in their parents’ footsteps. The Vincent twins are the children of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the NFL and former All-Pro NFL cornerback, and Tommi Vincent, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, writer, chef and the matriarch of Vincent Country.

The Vincent twins both really enjoy cooking with their mom. Since the age of three, they have been helping prepare dinners for their families, trying new recipes and evolving their culinary techniques.

While both Hadassah and Tanner enjoy cooking as a family, they each have their own interests and are pursuing those passions on a daily basis. Hadassah enjoys make up application as well as painting nails while Tanner is involved with film editing and directing, specifically showcasing pieces of work on YouTube.

When not at school, Hadassah and Tanner enjoy spending time with their family and volunteering with Love Thy Neighbor Community Development and Opportunity Corporation. The Vincent twins currently reside in Virginia.

photo

Tanner Vincent

As the youngest members of Vincent Country, twins Hadassah and Tanner are already following in their parents’ footsteps. The Vincent twins are the children of Troy Vincent, Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the NFL and former All-Pro NFL cornerback, and Tommi Vincent, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, writer, chef and the matriarch of Vincent Country.

The Vincent twins both really enjoy cooking with their mom. Since the age of three, they have been helping prepare dinners for their families, trying new recipes and evolving their culinary techniques.

While both Hadassah and Tanner enjoy cooking as a family, they each have their own interests and are pursuing those passions on a daily basis. Hadassah enjoys make up application as well as painting nails while Tanner is involved with film editing and directing, specifically showcasing pieces of work on YouTube.

When not at school, Hadassah and Tanner enjoy spending time with their family and volunteering with Love Thy Neighbor Community Development and Opportunity Corporation. The Vincent twins currently reside in Virginia.