Commissioned as an Adjutant General Corp Officer in the United States Army in 2011, Danielle Herzlich currently serves as a First Lieutenant in New Jersey’s National Guard as the state’s Victim’s Advocate, and is a certified personal trainer in her civilian life. Mark Herzlich is a linebacker and tight end, who is currently a free agent. Both are graduates of Boston College, and Mark also has a Master’s degree in Administrative Studies from the Carroll School of Management. In 2009, Mark overcame Ewings Sarcoma, a rare and life threatening bone cancer. He later went on to win Super Bowl XLVI with his team in 2012, and published a memoir entitled, “What It Takes: Fighting for My Life and the Love of the Game”. They both serve as board directors of the Joyful Heart Foundation, which works to end domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault.
“Men need to stand up to other men. Don’t just hold yourself accountable. Hold others accountable to treat women how they deserve to be treated.”