Brandi's enthusiasm for life and rock solid faith comes through in all she does.
Whether as an entertaining keynote speaker or a passionate seminar leader, her
presentations are always fun and powerful. Her "I believe in You" attitude helped her
develop The "Wannabe" Seminars and Outreach Ministry, which works with teens
and young adults to help them develop their natural born gifts and has impacted her
work with The Department of Juvenile Justice. She is the Co-Chair for The DJJ Faith
and Community Network, Circuit 6, Pinellas County in Florida.  

She is the creator of
The Re-program You series, co-author of  the book, "Harness
the Power"
how to develop your passions,  author of The Stepping Stones of life and
has developed and written many new self-help programs. for Athletes and their
familtes transitioning out of sports.
 

Her personal memoir,
"The Flip Side of Glory" is the powerful true story of her
marriage to former NFL player Jeff Winans, and their heart-wrenching story of love,
acceptance and hope, fighting for what you believe in and never giving up.

Brandi is also a Family Advisory Board Member of Concussion Legacy Foundation
(formerly Sports Legacy Institute),
Former Board of Director and Vice President for
Generation
Next Foundation, Past Board of Director for The Boys and Girls Club of
the Suncoast,
DJJ Chaplains Program, Member of The NFLPA Legends Community,
Secretary and Chapter Engagement Coordinator for the NFL Alumni,Tampa Bay
Chapter, member of
The Sports Club of Tampa Bay Member of WISE(Women in
Sports Events)
and Member of Off The Field, NFL Wives Organizatio.n
Brandi's Style of Motivating People is
Enlightening and Empowering
Jeff Winans was an All-American athlete in both high school and college. He
played on the national championship football team at USC in 1972, and was
an Oakland Raider when they won Superbowl XV. He retired from football
due to injuries suffered, in 1981. In 1984, he suffered an accidental gunshot
injury which eventually took his right leg just below the knee.. During the
course of many hospital stays and multiple surgeries, Jeff founded D.F.O.C.,
Inc, in 1992 with his wife Brandi, to make a difference to
abused and
terminally ill kids, teens and young adults. In 1998, Brandi took over as
President and continues the mission in Florida to develop their natural born
gifts and talents to teens and young adults. No salaries are taken.
Jeff Winans, the co-founder of Day For Our Children, Inc.
passed away unexpectedly at his California home, Dec. 21st,
2012.   Jeff is also survived  
by his son Travis, his greatest blessing.
In Memory of Jeff Winans     
October 12th, 1951 - December 21st, 2012