Clinton was born and raised in North Omaha and attended Omaha Public Schools.
Over the years, as a coach and mentor, he spent several hours communicating, advocating, and educating students and families in the urban community. He has provided information about career paths, guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling to current students. Clinton continues to have positive relationships with past students.
While working as the Gang Interventionist and Truancy Coordinator for the North Omaha Boys & Girls Club, Clinton learned how to intervene with at-risk youth and their families on how to deal with situations that may arise with people in authoritative positions, such as a law enforcement.
Over the years, Clinton has served as a “Keynote Speaker” for several High School and College football and wrestling teams, speaking to young men and women about the lifestyles and dealings of student athletes.
Clinton’s career highlights:
· Two-time National Champion of Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Team (#26)
· 1996 – National Football League (NFL) – Kansas City Chiefs & New York Jets
· 2000 to 2004 – Indoor Professional Football League (IPFL)
· 1997-Present – High School Coach of Wrestling, Football, and Track
Course Topics: Talk the Talk – Effective Street Gang Communications; Building Trust With Your Community