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July 01, 2020 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm Zoom Conference Call
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Los Angeles, CA
United States
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If you know anything about Dak Prescott, chances are you know about his mother, and Dak wouldn’t have it any other way.  To Dak’s mother, he was Rayne Dakota Prescott, and the faith of the “Faith. Fight. Finish.” words she lived by. His brothers, Tad and Jace, were the fight and the finish.

Dak grew up in a trailer park in rural Louisiana, the youngest of three boys living with their single mother who managed a truck stop.  It was in a field behind that trailer park where Dak’s older brothers taught him to play football.  Though their surroundings were humble, the family was rich in love and support.  Dak has said of his mother, “We were best friends and still are.  She was everything, my coach, my mom, my teacher and anything you could think of, it was deeper than just mom and son.”

At 24 years old, Prescott is the starting quarterback and captain of the very team he grew up rooting for, the Dallas Cowboys.  Prescott was a fourth-round draft pick rookie who found himself thrust into a starring role in the very first game of his pro career after Tony Romo was injured in the pre-season.  He had faith, he was ready.  Prescott had a record-breaking rookie season with the Cowboys, keeping the starting quarterback position even when Romo returned from his injury. Prescott led the Cowboys to the best record in the conference, and picked up an NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award for himself along the way. Now, with Romo retired, Prescott has become the new face and foundation of America’s Team; playing the most publicized position for what is arguably the biggest, most visible and most valuable sports franchise in the world. 


CEO and Founder ONEHOPE in Napa, California

Jake Kloberdanz is CEO and Founder of ONEHOPE. Through in-home and thousands of virtual wine tasting experiences ONEHOPE empowers people to share wine and give hope.

Since launching ONEHOPE in 2007, Jake has successfully raised more than $75 million to help grow the brand from zero to over 1.5 million bottles a year, and build a flagship vineyard, home and winery from the ground up in the heart of Napa. Their wines have received numerous 95+ point ratings and 100+ medals in wine competitions. Under Jake's leadership, ONEHOPE has grown to one of the 250 largest wineries of 10,000+ in the US and has received recognition in Inc. magazine’s “500|5000” the last six years as one of the fastest-growing private companies nationwide thanks to their innovative DTC model powered by thousands of independent consultants (Cause Entrepreneurs) who put on 20,000+ wine tasting events in 2019 alone, all raising money for over 8,000 causes.

Sales of their wine and gifts have empowered the ONEHOPE Foundation to donate over $5M to many deserving nonprofit partners. Beyond ONEHOPE, Jake also serves as a board member on Rebuild North Bay, a foundation that's already helped raise over 1 Billion Dollars for the long-term rebuilding of the North Bay following the recent wildfires.

He has been recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek’s, “Top 25 under 25”, Wine Enthusiast’s, “Top 40 Under 40”, and by Ernst & Young as a nominee for “Entrepreneur of the Year” on multiple occasions. He’s spoken at events and universities including TEDx, The UN Global Summit, Stanford, U.C. Berkeley, UCLA and MIT. Jake serves as an advisor to 8VC, one of the most successful tech VC's in the world, is an active member of the Young Entrepreneurs Council, GenNext, and the Napa Valley Vintners.

Jake’s work has been profiled in magazines including Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Inc.; and on shows such as CNBC, FOX and ABC sharing his expertise in building consumer brands, communities and his new model, known as Cause-Centric Commerce, the integration of social impact into everyday commerce and culture.

A graduate of Haas School of Business, Jake was a four-year Scholar-Athlete at Berkeley playing football and rugby, where he won numerous national championships.

PhilanthropyTouch is an industry specific group within our larger AthletesTouch network, which is an exclusive, transformative, membership community of individuals and organizations who are changing the world through charitable and social enterprise. Members share the same mentality: that charity is enterprise and must see itself as such to perform and accomplish the most good. We share best practices, resources, contacts, successes and failures through a speaker driven environment. The PhilanthropyTouch community is comprised of philanthropists, funders, c-Level staff, donors, board members, development staff, trusted advisors and founders.




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