Michael Pinball Clemons brings the same electric energy he had in professional football to the stage every time he speaks. He combines his boundless energy with quiet dignity for an engaging and unforgettable experience as he shows people, they can achieve what they set their minds on.
Originally from Florida, Clemons started his sports career in the Canadian Football League in 1989 after he graduated with an economic degree from William & Mary and did a brief stint in the National Football League. His pro-football records include most combined yards and 12 all-time records. Michael became the head coach for the Toronto Argonauts and was the first and only black head coach to win the Grey Cup in 96 years. Michael was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame with friend and former teammate Doug Flutie in 2008.
Michael is also an entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. He is the vice-chair of the Toronto Argonauts. His presentations always get rave reviews.