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Mike Minter  

Former Carolina Panthers Safety, Head Football Coach at Campbell University & CEO of Minter Enterprises

Former Carolina Panthers standout and Nebraska Football Hall of Famer Mike Minter is the head football coach at Campbell University. Over the last 11 seasons, he has reset nearly every record in the school’s books. Camels have been named all-conference 95 times, with nine All-Americans.

During his 10-year NFL career, Minter earned a starting safety role six games into his rookie year in 1997, and held that position until he retired after the 2006 season. A second-round draft choice, he helped lead the Panthers to three playoff trips, the 2003 NFC Championship and a berth in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Minter was a two-time national champion at Nebraska (1994 and 1995) where he played linebacker, free safety and strong safety for the Cornhuskers. He was a three-time all-conference performer and was inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 2006. He graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering.

Born Jan. 15, 1974, in Cleveland, Ohio, Minter led the State of Oklahoma in rushing yards (1,589) as a senior at Lawton High School in 1991. He was an all-state performer, National Honor Society member and also averaged 21 points per game on the Lawton basketball team.

In addition to playing and coaching football, Minter is CEO of Minter Enterprises, a multi-faceted business impacting real estate development, general contracting and construction, business consultation, publishing, public speaking engagements and a non-profit organization focused on youth development.

Minter has four children – Michael Jr., Isaiah, McKenna and Brianna.

Speech Topics

“One Team, One Heartbeat”

How does a group of people become One Team, One Heartbeat? It starts on the front end, with the right leaders. With the right People leading the charge, a Plan and Process will be put in place to take the team to victory!

Once the right People, Plan and Process are in place, every team can become a HIGH PERFORMING unit, working as One Team, One Heartbeat.

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