Trent Tucker

Retired NBA player; Founder, All 4 Kids Foundation

Trent Tucker began his NBA career in 1982 playing nine seasons for the NY Knicks and earning a championship title in 1993 with the Chicago Bulls. In 1998, he formed a nonprofit organization, now called the All 4 Kids Foundation, which empowers underprivileged and at-risk youth to make positive choices in social and academic environments. In 2007, the Trent Tucker University Scholars Program was established in partnership with the University of Minnesota. The program, due to its success, will expand nationally and partner with Columbia University beginning this summer.

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