Ronnie Lott, a four-time Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer, is renowned as a humanitarian, social entrepreneur, activist, and engaged global citizen who was a founding impetus of Next Play Capital. Beyond his distinguished NFL career, Lott is committed to serving others. In 1989, he and his wife founded "All Stars Helping Kids," a non-profit that has raised over $30 million to disrupt the cycle of poverty by supporting education, career readiness, health, and wellness for Bay Area youth. Lott also co-founded Champion Charities in 2004 to fund research on and support patients with brain tumors. Additionally, he lends his name to the Lott IMPACT® Trophy and actively serves on various boards including Hall of Fame Health, SuRo Capital, Sutter Rock Capital, Multiplying Good Bay Area, Palo Alto Advisory, The Golden Heart Fund, True Capital Management, GSV Capital, and the Santa Clara University Board of Trustees, The Basic Fund and Tipping Point Community, contributing to charitable causes and organizations aiming to make a positive impact.