Tim Fleiszer is the first player in Canadian Football League history to win four Grey Cup championships with four different teams. Selected 1st overall in the 1998 CFL Draft, Fleiszer was a team captain on three teams (Montreal, Ottawa and Edmonton) and a CFL Players Association representative for four years.
Throughout his ten year career, Fleiszer was passionate about his involvement in community-building initiatives. He was twice nominated for the Tom Pate award, given to the CFL player who reflects outstanding community service. Today he continues to serve the community through his work as Executive Director of the Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada.
A cum laude graduate of Harvard University (B.A. '98), Fleiszer is a Partner at Gil Scott Sports Management. He also works as a consultant for Xenith, Portfolio Strategies and Securities Inc. and STACK Media Inc.
Tim resides in Montreal, Quebec with his wife, Lori, and their son, Douglas.