Founder and Director
The story of Court McGee is one of redemption and triumph. His ascent from rock bottom to the height of the UFC is inspiring and miraculous. Now, Court’s biggest battle is outside the ring as he works to carry a message of recovery and teach others how positive decisions, goal-setting, and service can crush adversity and lead to the actualization of our dreams.
David Sollami has been working with Juveniles for over 13 years, recently working in the communities helping youth make a healthy transition who have served time due to drug abuse, or other serious crime related charges. He is currently working as an administrator for Juvenile Justice Services in the State of Utah. David Sollami is a Certified Public Manager with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and minor in Marriage Family and Human Development, from Brigham Young University, where he played football on a full ride scholarship under Lavell Edwards and Roger French. Working with the McGee project as the Executive Director, he is focused on helping his good friend and fishing buddy, Court McGee, achieve the vision of reaching and educating youth across the nation, in the fight against the opioid crisis. “Every Life Matters”-Court McGee