N7 ambassadors who are both athletes that reflect the Native American and Aboriginal community and influencers who choose to use their voice to inspire future generations and to celebrate the power of native youth.
Notah Begay III, the only full-blooded Native American on the PGA Tour, was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Notah secured a scholarship to Stanford University where he earned a degree in Economics in addition to earning All-American Honors three times and leading the golf team to a National Championship in 1994. Full bio
Koda Glover has always been locked in. From his earliest days family and friends recognized unique focus and resolve in the young Glover. This focus enabled him to rise swiftly to the Major Leagues (he was the #2 player from the 2015 MLB Amateur Draft to make his MLB debut), where he quickly garnered respect as one of the most electric late game relievers in baseball. Full bio
The multi-talented and exceptionally stylish Jimmy Gomez, also known to his band mates and fans as “Taboo” is not just a member of the global chart topping sensation, The Black Eyed Peas, but also an accomplished dancer, actor, author, shoe designer, philanthropist and quickly becoming a global DJ sensation. Full bio
“I just hope people remember me as a lacrosse player, because lacrosse is pretty much everything to me,” says Jerome “Hiana” Thompson. Part of the first family of lacrosse, Thompson’s road to the professional ranks has taken dedication, patience and an unwavering belief in his destiny. Full bio
There’s no wondering about Chris Wondolowski’s talent. He has been a force to be reckoned with ever since his days at De La Salle High School in Concord, California. On top of running track and playing baseball, Wondolowski excelled at soccer and earned All-Bay Valley Athletic League first team and all-East Bay first team honors in 2000 and 2001. Full bio