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Chad Satterfield

I am honored to have been selected as one of the 22 models for the 2019 Kendall Catwalk for a Cause event, benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Emerald Valley (BGCEV).


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Get To Know Chad And Why He Said Yes To Being A Model

How did you get roped into doing this, and what was your first thought when asked?

I was asked to get involved by Amy Newport. My first thought was, "Is Tyra Banks hosting this or...?"


Why did you say yes?

I said yes because I know firsthand how much the Boys and Girls Club does for children in the community, and I am excited to be apart of it!


What is your official job title?

Internet Sales Consultant


How would you describe your job to your mother?

I dress really funny and tell jokes to people. Sometimes those people are purchasing a vehicle.

What is your favorite part of your occupation?

The best part of working at Kendall is interacting with people. I love being silly and energetic. Creating a fun, exciting and informative experience for our clients is rewarding.


All families are unique, tell us about yours.

I live with three people who teach me everyday what love is and how beautiful this world can be.  Roxy, my wife of 15 years, my 12 year old daughter Layla, and my 9 year old son Key'ni are my role models.  Roxy's super hot so that's cool... :)


Tell us about your personal passions, talents, and/or hobbies.

I play every instrument, it sounds terrible. Seriously I am not good at any of them.  I'm very passionate about it. I'm very good at trolling, like holding your line in the water and slowly drifting with the current...(that's deep).


What is something that you swore you would never do as a parent before you had kids that you do now?

I swore I would never say "I don't feel like driving".  Like, you literally do nothing. I used to ask people to drive me somewhere and I always heard "no I don't feel like driving." Get out of here with that noise. Ya, I definitely say that now.  

Who inspired you when you were growing up, and why?

Muhammad Ali. Ali was at the prime of his career when he was drafted. He stood up for something he believed in and refused to go to war. No matter how much money and criticism he faced. He stood up for what he believed in and used his celebrity status to bring attention to it. That's a real Hero to me. 

Also Batman... obviously


If you could go back and talk to your 12-year-old self, what would you say?

If I could go back and talk to my 12 year old self I would probably just listen. I could've used someone to listen back then. Maybe I'd say life is more than what you see. Never be complacent, embrace discomfort, take pride in your struggle and always learn. Chase experiences that create a legacy. Be the hero of your movie. Be bold, defy boundaries, and create stories for your children. 

Either that or I'd try to stay as far away from myself as possible to avoid conflict with the space time continuum... One of those.

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