Vic Lindenmeyer is a senior Director, CFOUR Foundation LLC (c4today.com), a company solely focused on supporting women, minorities, veterans, persons with disabilities, and the formerly incarcerated starting non-profits and businesses to thrive and achieve economic growth for equality and justice.
As one of a select number of Playbook Athlete's Masters of the Grind, Vic & Vince support young athletes and their parents navigate their youth sporting careers to transition to college while achieving gains from their name, image, and likeness through unique branding, cause creation, and social media follower-ship. With other Masters of the Grind, Vic & Vince support Playbook Athletes and Parents work through the fundamentals of saving, investing in cryptocurrencies, and collecting non-fungible tokens (NFT) for long-term growth and financial independence beyond their collegiate sports careers. Together, Vic & Vince are developing opportunities to expose artists, athletes, and influencers in the explosive NFT industry.
As a young entrepreneur, Vic Lindenmeyer envisioned new opportunities to profit, learn, and grow. Beginning at age 12, Vic partnered with Vince as V & V Enterprises in Clemson, SC to experience small business functions and economic opportunities. The business supported both Vic & Vince becoming Eagle Scouts, B.S.A which helped both become noticed by the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. While at West Point, Vic was a top-caliber Olympic Team Handball athlete who was first-team All American and the National Collegiate Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the U.S. Team Handball Association (USTHA) backcourt position. He played Team Handball with the U.S. Junior Olympic Team, U.S. National Team at the U.S. Training Center, Summer Olympic Festival South Team, and Knight Magic and Knight Air Clubs. In lieu of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Vic chose to become a U.S. Army Aviator.
Lieutenant Colonel Vic Lindenmeyer, US Army (Retired) served a 22-year career as a UH-60 Blackhawk Test Pilot, Logistics instructor, Airborne Jumpmaster, and Commander. Twice deployed to Iraq, Vic earned two Bronze Star Medals for Service. From Iraq as the Corps Border Planner, Vic was noticed by the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) in Tampa, FL. After four years at USCENTCOM, he retired from uniformed service and continued at USCENTCOM as a U.S. Air Force Civilian in the Operations Forces Division. As a deputy division chief and senior supervisor of Global Force Management, Vic received the DoD Civilian Achievement Medal for the complex planning of the Afghanistan Withdrawal, the largest Non-combatant Evacuation (NEO) in military history.
Vic earned a B.S in Systems Engineering from USMA, West Point, an M.S. in Logistics Management from the Florida Institute of Technology, and is a graduate in Strategic Studies from the US Air Force War College.
Vic is married to Kelly Ann Lindenmeyer of Salem, MA. Vic has three adult kids and three dogs.