Doug Baldwin Jr. graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Science, Technology and Society before signing with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent in 2011. During his career he has become a Super Bowl Champion and a 2-time Pro Bowler. In 2017, Baldwin helped establish and currently serves as a board member for the Players Coalition — an NFL player led organization advocating for criminal justice and education reform. In 2018, four out of five ballot initiatives supported by the Players Coalition were voted into Law. Including I940 in the state of Washington. In 2018, Baldwin was also named a finalist for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian award.