Award Winning Broadcaster & Toronto Raptors Game Analyst
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Jack Armstrong is an award-winning basketball broadcaster and coach. Since 1998 he’s been best known as the colorful voice of the Toronto Raptors, where he’s earned multiple Canadian Screen Awards. At the age of 26, Armstrong became the youngest head coach in NCAA Division I history after accepting a position at Niagara University. During the 1992-1993 season he lead the team to a 23-7 record and was named New York State Division I Coach of The Year.
The Power of Significance
We all want to be successful, but what we should be striving for is significance. How can young leaders tie these two concepts together? Jack imparts lessons learned from his journey from being the youngest Division 1 NCAA Coach to being one of the most admired sports media personalities in Canada. Inspirational (and funny), Jack will show you how a well rounded life comes from the pursuit of significance.