Jeff Culpepper is an accomplished business leader and consultant. His roles include management consulting, coaching/mentoring/mentorship services as well as commercial real estate portfolio management.
He was part of the Tadhana tribe on Survivor: Blood vs Water and joined Caleb Bankston, Hayden Moss, John Cody and Vytas Baskauskas for the inaugural Immunity Challenge to defeat Hayden Moss and John Cody in that round.
Early Life and Education
Judge Culpepper was raised in a family with high expectations. He credits his parents, both lawyers, with instilling within him an intense competitiveness that ultimately propelled him into college football success and eventually the television show Survivor.
At University of Toledo, defensive tackle Jonathan Davis is leading his team toward its inaugural Mid-American Conference championship. Although not traditionally associated with student-athletes, Davis majored in history – a field he finds perfectly suited to him.
After graduating, he obtained his law degree and joined Morgan, Colling & Gilbert of Tampa as a lawyer, dealing with personal injury, medical malpractice and nursing home abuse cases. Here he met Monica who competed alongside him on two seasons of Survivor.
He spent nine seasons as a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL), starting 131 games for three teams over that timeframe and winning two championships and earning two Pro Bowl selections during that time.
Culpepper set a new NFL record with ten rushing touchdowns in 2002, becoming only the sixth player ever to accomplish this feat. Furthermore, he was amongst one of the league’s most accurate passers, recording 25 touchdowns against only 11 interceptions during this span.
As soon as he retired from the NFL, Culpepper took an active part in Survivor series competitions: Blood vs Water and Game Changers. Additionally, he currently manages commercial real estate portfolios in Woodinville, Washington as well as serving Point B Direct as its Executive Leader of Growth and Employee Owner.
Achievement and Honors
Brad Culpepper has established an impressive legal career beyond football, having represented numerous clients and earning outstanding reviews on sites like Avvo.
His academic accomplishments included first team GTE Academic All-America honors, winning the Draddy Trophy as the nation’s top scholar-athlete. Since retiring from playing football he is focused on his studies.
He competed on both seasons of Survivor: Blood vs Water and Game Changers. During Game Changers he made headlines when he won five individual immunity challenges, making him one of the show’s most impressive performers ever seen onscreen. Unfortunately though, his fellow tribemates ultimately voted him out and Aubry Bracco replaced him at Final Tribal Council.
Jeff Culpepper dedicates much of his personal life to supporting entertainment, human development, and education programmes. Additionally, he supports youth sports events as well as scholarship tournaments for scholarships for their players. Jeff enjoys playing baseball as well as riding an antique Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
He currently practices family medicine in Ringgold, Georgia and is affiliated with Cartersville Medical Center. He attended Mercer University School of Medicine before specializing in family medicine.
Attorney Jeffrey Culpepper is part of Sal Sellaro Culpepper Legal Group and boasts an impressive and varied work history that spans 12 years as Monongalia County Family Court Judge, eight+ years in senior status status, private practice in family law, criminal, civil and administrative law and more than eighteen years as Monongalia County Family Court Judge – not to mention an impressive array of administrative cases handled through senior status status. Together with his partners he forms an impressive reservoir of knowledge and expertise.
Culpepper earned widespread acclaim during his nine-year NFL career with three different teams and 34 quarterback sacks, which earned him widespread admiration. Today he practices law at Culpepper Kurland law firm in Tampa, Florida.
Monica is his wife, and they share three children together: Rex (male), Judge (also male) and Honor (female). Additionally, he has participated in the Survivor series and become an iconic figure.
He enjoys a high salary while keeping his personal life private. Known as one of Austin’s most prominent personalities, his excellent reputation among people speaks for itself; yet, unlike some celebrities, he chooses not to make himself accessible through social media and show that he is humble person.