Chris Havlicek and his family have always been active members of their community. From serving on boards of many different non-profit organizations to raising money and dedicating much of his time to serving his community, Chris has always made it a mission of his to dedicate his time and efforts to making communities stronger through work with charitable organizations.
Chris is actively involved in organizations that have had a large impact on the South Florida community. He has worked with numerous organizations including but not limited to the Orange Bowl Committee, the Everglades Foundation, the Palm Beach Boys and Girls Club, the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, and the Palm Beach Cultural Council. Chris and his father, John, both serve on the board for the Genesis Foundation for Children.
Chris has followed his father’s footsteps as an athlete; he played college basketball at the University of Virginia and professionally in Italy. Chris is also an Olympic athlete; he was on the U.S. handball team at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Following his many years of playing the sport he grew up knowing very well, Chris worked for the NBA as marketing director for NBA City, the National Basketball League’s branded restaurant in Orlando, Florida.
Chris Havlicek Hobbies
Chris commits much of his time to serving on the boards of many charities and organizations. He enjoys spending time with his family and is very close to his children. Chris’s hobbies include golf and fly-fishing. He currently resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with his wife Kim and their children.