Clarence Seedorf is one of the most talented and successful footballers in football history. Seedorf has an Honoris Causa Degree in Humanities and the highest civil Decorations in Suriname and in the Netherlands, he is one of the six persons in the world to have been chosen by Nelson Mandela to be a Legacy Champion, he is UEFA Global Ambassador for Diversity & Change and Member of the FIFA Diversity Award Jury. He founded in 2004 the Champions for Children Foundation, supporting and financing projects related to Education and Sport. Seedorf speaks 6 languages, completed economy, finance and management courses at Bocconi University, studied applied sport psychology, becoming also assistant Professor in Sport Science at Catholic University of Milano. Clarence Seedorf is a NLP certified coach and has been a blogger for the NY Times. He travels the world inspiring the next generations. Seedorf is currently a member of the Support Committee of Fondazione Veronesi, a member of the Strategic Committee of the UN Science Panel for the Amazon, Founder & Chairman of the Black Impact Foundation and a columnist of Dutch newspaper NRC.