Nick “the Kick” Lowery is an NFL legend whose 18 years as a kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs earned his induction into the Hall of Fame. As the first pro athlete with a Masters degree and Fellowship from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, he served three U.S. Presidents as an advisor on youth and drug policy in the White House. He is also the winner of the most prestigious humanitarian award an NFL player can receive, The Byron Whizzer White Award and, as founder of the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation,
Nick uses principles of the game of football to empower young people how to aspire to achieve their dreams. In light of recent discoveries about CTE, Nick became an ardent advocate of cannabis and has joined a growing number of former and current NFL players campaigning for policy change to allow for cannabis as an alternative to opiates and other drugs used to treat symptoms of CTE. He is a national spokesperson for Kannalife Sciences, which is conducting a studies on the use of CBD as a protective measure to prevent long term brain damage caused by repetitive concussive injuries.