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Among former Dartmouth players headed to the Campbell Trophy Summit are linebacker Matt Mercer '01, offense lineman Kevin Noone '02, linebacker Mike Runger '13, wide receiver Ryan McManus '15 and quarterback Jack Heneghan '17.
The lede to the press release above (LINK) gives an outline of the program:
The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today that 214 previous nominees for The William V. Campbell Trophy® have accepted invitations to attend the Third Annual Campbell Trophy Summit, sponsored by Intuit Inc., at Stanford University in California. Click here for a video of last year's event.
The 2019 event, which will take place Aug. 14-17, will provide a powerful opportunity for the members of the Campbell Trophy community to interact and learn from many of the nation's top entrepreneurs and Silicon Valley CEOs about the lessons that have guided them to the highest levels of success. The event will also include a career expo with more than a dozen companies on site recruiting the attendees. Organized as a tribute to the late Bill Campbell, the award's namesake, the event serves as a vehicle for the many leaders impacted by Campbell to pass on his insights for leadership and personal growth to the next generation.
•Dartmouth quality control assistant and recruiting coordinator Callie Brownson has been working the Buffalo Bills camp as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Thanks to a loyal subscriber for sharing this photo of her: