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Executive MBA

George Washington University

Navies is enrolled in the STAR EMBA™ at The George Washington University School of Business, a fully-accredited specialized Executive MBA program for individuals with strong personal brands such as professional athletes, artists, and musicians. With a focus on success, leadership and social responsibility, the program’s small classes and highly-targeted curriculum are designed to teach accomplished individuals how to leverage their current career success into business and social achievement. Courses are customized around each individual’s time commitments, allowing students to obtain a degree and develop positive business opportunities while still active in their current careers.

Feb 2010Feb 2010

Harvard University

Navies attended the NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program as part of an ongoing initiative by the NFL and the NFL Players Association, in collaboration with Harvard Business School, to assist players in preparing for life after football.

The one-week curriculum is taught by full-time HBS faculty and focuses on topics such as business operations, negotiation, business plan analysis, and legal aspects of business that players face. In addition to the analysis and discussion of relevant case studies, which is a core part of every academic program at HBS, the program will include classes and workshops that emphasize entrepreneurial opportunities and business management.

Apr 2006Apr 2006

University of Pennsylvania

Navies attended the Aresty Institute of Executive Education & Wharton Sports Business Initiative Program. 

The program delivered Impact Through Education®, a comprehensive, ongoing educational and practical approach to executive development extends well beyond the traditional one- or two-week classroom experience. This continuum includes needs assessment techniques that result in highly targeted program design, technology platforms to engage participants and their managers back in the work environment, brainstorming sessions to discuss barriers to implementation, and voluntary coaching programs.





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July 11-13, 2011- Los Angeles, California-- ESPN ESPY Awards. Pros Locker Room Gifting Suite in conjunction with ESPN the Magazine.

Summer 2011- Enrolled in the elite STAR EMBA program at George Washington University in Washington D.C.

May 2011--Partnership-360 Football Academy/Kaplan; 1st ever student-athlete, online, K-12  strategic curriculm.

April 28-30 - New York City--Giving back as a participant in the United Athletes Foundation's Charity Weekend

April 15, 2011- Atlanta, Georgia--360 Luncheon at the Commerce Club. Speakers: Terrell Davis, Warren Moon, Hannibal Navies and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. Listen to us live on V-103, the Frank and Wanda show.

April 8, 2011- Baltimore, Maryland--Kick-off -- "360 Sponsorship Road Tour" presenters Ray Lewis, Terrell Davis, Warren Moon and Hannibal Navies. 

February 23-26, 2011- 360/TTP presenter at the NFL Scouting Combine. 

February 2011-Orlando, Florida-- Participant in the NFL/NCAA Football Coaching Academy-- NFL Player Development.

February 2011- Dallas, Texas--PLR Gifting Suite Event at the Ballmont  and 360/Kaplan "Educational Clinic" at NFL Super Bowl.  

December 13, 2010- New York City--Delegate to the "No Label" Founder's Conference.

June 6-10, 2010- Atlanta, Georgia--Hosted 360 Football Academy at Georgia Institute of Technology. One hundred of the southeastern region’s best athletes came out to participate in week long academy.June 23-26, 2010- Miami, Florida--Participant in the American Black Film Festival- Pro Hollywood Initiatives.

February 2010- Super Bowl, Miami, Fl-- 360 Exhibitor Booth at Player Networking Event (PNE). A sanctioned NFL Super Bowl event in conjunction with the NFL Alumni Association.

Football Career

Navies was a third team All Big 12 selection at the University of Colorado and earned the team’s defensive player of the year award after starting every game at linebacker. He was drafted in the 1999 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers, then played for the Green Bay Packers. In 2005, he signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. In 2006 he signed with San Francisco 49ers. In 2008 he retired from his nine-year career as an NFL player.  

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360 Football Academy

360 Football Academy is a national organization dedicated to developing student-athletes into leaders. Our company empowers student-athletes with best-in-class, comprehensive training programs and expert resources that provide both the athletic skills and academic knowledge to fulfill their potentials.

In addition, we have as our partners, professional athletes and coaches to ensure an exciting and in-depth coaching environment. No other student training program offers the level of engagement from professional athletes that 360 Football Academy offers. Our programs deliver a "blueprint" that helps students transition from high school into college, thereby, providing valuable insights into life skills.

Pros Locker Room

The mission of Pros Locker Room (PLR) is to enrich, simplify, and enhance the lives of active and retired athletes and their families by providing the best-in-class services and lifestyle solutions tailored to their specific needs.

PLR provides personalized services and resources to help members and their families maximize their opportunities for success and well-being during their playing careers and beyond. Our company takes great care to hand­-select our vendors from the top goods and service providers, ensuring that our members get consistent best-in-class results. These services include:

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Hannibal Navies Foundation

The Hannibal Navies Foundation is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization established in 2003, dedicated to preparing inner-city students for post secondary success. The Foundation promotes, develops and implements programs that foster positive social, academic and physical development to enhance the lives of today’s youth.

Hannibal Carter Navies

Navies was raised in the Bay Area, born in Berkeley, California on July 19, 1977. He attended his first year of high school at Whitney M. Young Magnet High School in Chicago. He attended Berkeley High School where he ran track and played football. He graduated from Berkeley High School in 1995.

In 1995, he earned a full athletic scholarship to Colorado University in Boulder, Colorado. There he majored in Sociology and played collegiate football for four years.

In 1999, Navies was drafted into the National Football League (NFL). He played four years with the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte, North Carolina, two years—Green Bay in Green Bay, Wisconsin, two years—Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati, Ohio and one year— SF 49ers in San Francisco, California. He had a wonderful career with the league for nine years.

Following his retirement from the NFL, Navies entered the business world. He was a former partner with Digital Media Concepts and Solutions. Presently he is CEO of 360 Football Academy and CEO of Pros Locker (PLR). He is Chairman of the Hannibal Navies Foundation and presides over the Richard D. Navies Scholarship Fund.

Navies’ has a day named in his honor—The State of California Senate and Legislature recognized Navies for his outstanding contribution to the community, while the City of Berkeley designated May 15th as “Hannibal Navies Day.” Navies is a member of the NFLPA and NFL Alumni Association. His hobbies include swimming, traveling, working out, golfing, bowling, bicycling, and attending concerts.