Football 101 was created to help women understand the game of football, in their own way, and in our fun way of teaching America’s favorite game!
Our mission is to conduct seminars to professional women on learning the game of football in an interactive networking environment. The subject areas offer the participants an interactive learning environment including both the knowledge and the know-how to use it. This is a focused educational experience that short-cuts the normal learning curve by providing the fundamental knowledge required, in a practical presentation and a relaxed setting. These seminars provide a low intensity, enjoyable environment to learn practical information that can be translated into everyday life.
Sherrie Handrinos, owner of Boost 1 Marketing, is a graduate of Wayne State University. There she received her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Management & Marketing and also served on the executive board of her sorority throughout the course of her college experience. At the age of nineteen, and with only six months invested in the company Arbonne International, she became not only the fastest, but the youngest person to achieve the level of Executive Regional Vice President in the company’s twenty-three year history. Along with this great achievement Sherrie was also recognized as one of the top twenty consultants in the United States for sales and sponsoring.
Sherrie’s company, Boost 1 Marketing working with many different types of clients servicing their specific wants and needs. Sherrie has worked with national and local businesses as well as celebrities such as NBA star, Jalen Rose, NFL athletes including Stephen Tulloch, Nate Burleson, Calvin Johnson, Herman Moore, Austin Pettis, Corey McIntyre and Detroit Lions Head Coach, Jim Schwartz, to name a few. Sherrie is extremely connected to local and national media and has placed clients on national accredited shows such as NBC’s Today Show, Pizza Today, CNN, Squawk Box, FOX Business, ESPN and more. Handrinos is an active member and on the board of the Detroit Sports Broadcasting Association as well as other non-profit organizations throughout the city of Detroit. She has been recognized nationally for her success in Collegepreneur magazine for being one of the nation’s most successful young entrepreneurs growing her business while in college as well as being the first female to ever take the cover story in Spring 2008.
Sherrie’s Charity Work:
Over the past 4 years Sherrie has helped raise over $500,000 for various foundations and charitable organizations across Metro Detroit. Upon reaching the level of success she has with her own company, Boost 1 Marketing, she decided to start her own foundation to help others, like her, who are young entrepreneurs hoping to start a business, but do not have the financial means to do so. With the Sherrie Handrinos Foundation, she will be able to help others begin to work on their own goals of launching their own business.
Steve Jackson is a native Houstonian who grew up playing Little League Football with the Oaks Dads Club. After lettering in both football and track at Klein Forest High School, Jackson became a four year starter, team captain, 1st Team All American and Jim Thorpe Award semi-finalist at Purdue University.
Jackson’s NFL playing career spanned nine (9) years as an NFL Defensive Back drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 3rd round and culminating with the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV.
Jackson has spent the past twelve (12) years as a NFL Secondary Coach for the Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins and Detroit Lions teams. He has coached every level of Defensive Back player from Top 10 draft picks to Pro Bowl players and undrafted free agents. When available, Jackson has also volunteered his time speaking, making public appearances or providing coaching assistance and mentoring to various youth organizations.
While Jackson has enjoyed both playing against and coaching athletes of all ages and talent, he is truly humbled that nothing compares to the joy he receives from coaching and parenting his own two first round draft picks and MVKs (Most Valuable Kids), Dominique (age 13) and Stevie (age 9).
Steve’s Charity Work
Launching the Steve Jackson Foundation 2014 his mission is to help youth and adults understand the game of football on and off the field.