Executive Global Tour's Ambassadors

Legendary Travel & Experiences

EGT offers numerous experiences for travel, sports and culinary entertainment experiences that are led by professional and former collegiate athletes, high profile personalities, celebrity chefs and much more.

Our ambassadors are available for speaking as well as appearances at events.


Meet Our Ambassadors

Please contact us for more information about how EGT Ambassadors can make your experience truly memorable.

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Stacey Dillard

Stacey is a former American football player who played defensive lineman in the National Football League. After playing college football for the Oklahoma Sooners, Dillard was drafted by the New York Giants in the sixth round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He played his entire career for the Giants.

Jeremy Dale

The world’s only genuine switch-hitting trick shot artist, Jeremy Dale, has one of the most unusual success stories in the whole of golf. His first job in golf was as a teenage (nine handicap) caddy at the 1984 Open Championship for Ryder Cup player John Garner, who later helped him turn professional. Amazingly by 1999 Jeremy had not only become a PGA professional but had completely re-learned the game left handed and become one of the best trick shot artists around, performing at tour events and golf days all over the world.

Donald Hutchison 

Don is an English-born Scottish sports television pundit, commentator and former professional footballer from 1989 to 2008.

He earned 26 full caps for the Scottish national team and scored six international goals.

Hutchison currently works for ESPNBT SportPremier League TV, and BBC Sport.

Shane Byrne

James Shane Byrne (born 18 July 1971) is a former Irish rugby union hooker. He is nicknamed 'Munch' or 'Mullet.' 

He plied his trade for many years at Leinster. His international career started comparatively late and did not blossom until the retirement of Keith Wood. When he eventually got his chance in a World Cup qualifier in Romania in 2001 he took it and thereafter became a fixture in the national side where he won 41 caps between 2001 and 2005, scoring three tries.

In February 2003 Byrne played his 100th game for Leinster.

Lisa Cornwell

Lisa is still actively involved in the game and plays regularly. She is currently working on a book project, a documentary series and worldwide talk show that addresses some of the biggest issues in sports.