Jason “Aker” Akermanis is an AFL football legend who will go down in history as one of the all time greats. The 2001 Brownlow Medalist and triple AFL
Premiership player (2001, 2002 and 2003) played 325 games, kicked 407 goals and was 4 time All Australian. A crowd favourite that the fans flocked to see,
“Aker” could do anything on the field, including his trademark handstand after the siren.
Aker always talked himself up on Friday not Monday like most athletes.
Today, Akermanis is a highly sought after keynote speaker and media performer across all mediums. He splits his time between presenting television and radio,
writing for the Herald Sun as an expert columnist and talking as a professional speaker/MC. On top of all this, he is happily married with two daughters under
the age of 7. Throw in ride days with his go-kart team and competition golf andtime is short for this once in a generation player.