Jeff Webb Cheerleading is a notable figure in the world of cheerleading, having played an instrumental role in advancing the sport's status as a recognized discipline. Alongside his contributions to cheerleading, Webb has also been actively involved in various philanthropic efforts.
One such organization that Webb has worked extensively with is the Special Olympics, which is the world's largest sporting association catering to disabled children and adults. The organization provides year-round training and activities for over five million participants globally in more than 170 countries.
Webb has also been a long-standing supporter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and was involved with the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon in the past. Although the telethon has since been discontinued, the nonprofit MDA continues to work towards supporting those living with neuromuscular diseases.
As an author, Webb has penned the best-selling book American Restoration: How to Unshackle the Great Middle Class. The book covers Webb's work in transforming cheerleading into an internationally recognized sport and proposes steps to unlock the potential of the American middle class.
In addition to his professional pursuits, Webb enjoys hobbies such as boating, conservation, duck hunting, and one-wheeling. He spends much of his time with his family and friends and resides in Memphis, Tennessee, with his Labrador Retriever dog.