American Football Database

Editing

Tony Bouie

1
  • The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit. If you are undoing an edit that is …
Latest revision Your text
Line 35: Line 35:
 
|statlabel4 = Fumbles recovered
 
|statlabel4 = Fumbles recovered
 
|statvalue4 = 2
 
|statvalue4 = 2
|statlabel5 = [[Interception]]s
+
|statlabel5 = [[Interception (football)|Interceptions]]
 
|statvalue5 = 1
 
|statvalue5 = 1
 
|nfl = BOU294397
 
|nfl = BOU294397
Line 59: Line 59:
 
Bouie began work on his first master's degree while playing for the Arizona Wildcats, and graduated from the University of Arizona with a Master of Arts in literacy and education n 1997. He graduated from [[Arizona State University]]'s [[W. P. Carey School of Business]] with a [[Master of Business Administration]] (M.B.A.) in 2005. While completing his M.B.A. degree requirements, he wrote a business plan for the development of a stackable cup that dispenses with an attached lid. He raised capital for the manufacture and marketing of his idea, and currently is the chief executive officer of Halo Cups, Inc., the distributor of the "SwoopCup."
 
Bouie began work on his first master's degree while playing for the Arizona Wildcats, and graduated from the University of Arizona with a Master of Arts in literacy and education n 1997. He graduated from [[Arizona State University]]'s [[W. P. Carey School of Business]] with a [[Master of Business Administration]] (M.B.A.) in 2005. While completing his M.B.A. degree requirements, he wrote a business plan for the development of a stackable cup that dispenses with an attached lid. He raised capital for the manufacture and marketing of his idea, and currently is the chief executive officer of Halo Cups, Inc., the distributor of the "SwoopCup."
   
He currently sits on the national boards of the [[Leukemia & Lymphoma Society]]<ref>http://www.lls.org</ref> and the [[National Football League Players' Association]].<ref name=nflpaprofile>NFL Players Association, [https://www.nflplayers.com/About-us/Former-Players/Former-Players-Board-of-Directors/ Former Players Board of Directors]. Retrieved February 7, 2012.</ref> He formerly was the vice president of the University of Arizona Maricopa County Black Alumni Association, and was a national board member for the University of Arizona alumni association.
+
He currently sits on the national boards of the [[Leukemia & Lymphoma Society]]<ref>www.lls.org</ref> and the [[National Football League Players' Association]].<ref name=nflpaprofile>NFL Players Association, [https://www.nflplayers.com/About-us/Former-Players/Former-Players-Board-of-Directors/ Former Players Board of Directors]. Retrieved February 7, 2012.</ref> He formerly was the vice president of the University of Arizona Maricopa County Black Alumni Association, and was a national board member for the University of Arizona alumni association.
   
 
He is a cancer survivor, having been diagnosed with stage 4 [[lymphoma]] in 2007. He underwent successful chemotherapy in the spring of 2008.
 
He is a cancer survivor, having been diagnosed with stage 4 [[lymphoma]] in 2007. He underwent successful chemotherapy in the spring of 2008.
Line 65: Line 65:
 
In 2010, Bouie ran as a Republican candidate for the [[Arizona State Senate]] in District 4, which encompasses northwest [[Phoenix, Arizona|Phoenix]], surrounding suburbs, and much of rural northwestern [[Maricopa County]].<ref>http://www.tonybouie.com/</ref>
 
In 2010, Bouie ran as a Republican candidate for the [[Arizona State Senate]] in District 4, which encompasses northwest [[Phoenix, Arizona|Phoenix]], surrounding suburbs, and much of rural northwestern [[Maricopa County]].<ref>http://www.tonybouie.com/</ref>
   
Bouie lives in [[Anthem, Arizona]], with his wife and three children. He is an active member of Christ Church of the Valley in Peoria. He is now also working as a substitute teacher for the [[Deer Valley Unified School District]], as was one of the items on his bucket list, along with bungee jumping, skydiving, and climbing K2.
+
Bouie lives in [[Anthem, Arizona]], with his wife and three children. He is an active member of Christ Church of the Valley in Peoria.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
Line 91: Line 91:
 
[[Category:Arizona Wildcats baseball players]]
 
[[Category:Arizona Wildcats baseball players]]
 
[[Category:Arizona Wildcats football players]]
 
[[Category:Arizona Wildcats football players]]
[[Category:Sportspeople from New Orleans, Louisiana]]
+
[[Category:People from New Orleans, Louisiana]]
 
[[Category:Players of American football from Louisiana]]
 
[[Category:Players of American football from Louisiana]]
 
[[Category:Tampa Bay Buccaneers players]]
 
[[Category:Tampa Bay Buccaneers players]]
  Loading editor
Below are some commonly used wiki markup codes. Simply click on what you want to use and it will appear in the edit box above.

View this template