Los Angeles, California u.s.A.
André Farr serves as chief executive officer of TEAM Services, an event staffing and crowd management company with offices in Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Cincinnati. In addition, André Farr serves as chairman and CEO of the Black Sports Agents Association, which includes over 3,700 sports industry agents, lawyers, and other professionals.
Farr also enjoyed great success during his time as CEO and president of House of Blues Sports, a sports event company that helped manage the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and the last recorded performance of Tupac Shakur.
A prolific contributor to his community, André Farr inspires his employees to serve as role models for young people, particularly fellow African Americans. He serves as chairman of City Youth Exposure, an organization that gives inner-city youth the opportunity to visit interesting locations such as power plants, lakes, and even the White House.
Farr belongs to a family that includes successful businesspeople, pastors, and over a dozen professional athletes. His great-grandmother, an educator, became one of the first African Americans to graduate from Grambling State University in Louisiana.