Owner Dan Snyder has owned the Washington Redskins for almost two decades now. During his tenure, he has won several accolades from different organizations for his contribution towards the game. He has represented the Redskins for an unprecedented 12 seasons during the course of which several of the players have been honored either by making Pro Bowl appearances or being named in the All-Pro list. Some of the other members of his team have been honored into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In the year 2011, the team had third most successful players and coaches inducted in any time since Snyder purchased the franchise in 1999. Before becoming an active member of the National Football League, Dan owned Snyder Communications, Inc. and was listed as the youngest CEO of the New York Stock Exchange of that era. His targeted marketing solutions were a hit which are being talked about a lot in the NFL circuit.
In the year 2000, Dan Snyder founded the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation which utilizes funds for creating positive and measurable impact on youth development. Since the launch of this foundation, it has made an impact on millions of lives and given back a lot to individuals to make a healthy career. Players of the team donate their time to inspire children to come forward and explore their talent. They have even stood for noble causes such as helping fans battle life threatening diseases. Dan is truly an ideal role model for today’s youth.