Stephen Curry was appointed as a member of the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition on March 24, 2023, for a 2-year term.
Mr. Curry’s on- and off-court legacy is underscored by transformation and innovation. Widely regarded as the greatest shooter in National Basketball Association (NBA) history, Stephen is a point guard for the Golden State Warriors, where his 14-year career has been marked by many firsts. He was the first person to be named Most Valuable Player (MPV) by unanimous vote in NBA history, the first player to hit 100 3-pointers in the NBA Finals, and one of a select few to win MVP awards 2 years in a row. He also remains the all-time leading scorer in Golden State Warriors history, and he recently surpassed former record-holder Ray Allen for most 3-pointers made in NBA history. He holds 9 NBA All-Star selections and 4 NBA Championships. An emerging figure in the Bay Area, the athlete’s endeavors tout a number of innovative and progressive consumer, entertainment, and nonprofit entities. He’s the CEO of SC30 Inc. (SC30), a purpose-driven company that focuses on the athlete’s off-court endeavors spanning brand partnerships, media, investments, and philanthropy. In 2020, he launched Curry Brand, a purpose-driven legacy brand powered by Under Armour, with a mission to open doors for underrepresented youth and increase access to sports across the country. In 2019, Stephen and Ayesha Curry launched Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation, an organization dedicated to unlocking the amazing potential of every child by fighting to end childhood hunger, ensuring students have access to quality education, and providing safe places for all children to play and be active. Stephen co-founded Unanimous Media in 2018, with a goal to elevate diverse voices and shine a light on compelling narratives focused on family, sports, and faith-based content for all platforms. Additionally, he founded UNDERRATED, an inspiring lifestyle brand committed to providing equity, access, and opportunity to underrepresented communities.