Chase Minnifield is a former defensive back for the Washington Redskins and three-time entrepreneur who was recently inducted into the 2019 class of Forbes 30 under 30.
He currently serves as CEO of EZ Turn, the first digital, vendor management platform that enables property managers to more efficiently manage, invoice and rate contractors, and connects small vendors to big businesses through its National Vendor Database.
He is also CEO of Helping Hand, LLC, which provides moving, cleaning and apartment turnover services for college dormitories and student housing complexes. Since its launch, Helping Hand, LLC has provided services nationwide to a number of universities including the University of Maryland College Park, University of Pennsylvania and University of Virginia, creating 1,000 jobs and generating millions in revenue.
Through Helping Hand, LLC, Chase pursues his personal mission of championing minority entrepreneurship by giving franchises of the business to people of color and providing the resources and one-on-one coaching to help them scale, sustain and, eventually, own a branch of the company.
Chase holds a M.A. in Sports Administration from the University of Louisville and a B.S. in Sociology from the University of Virginia.