Sawyer Howitt is a prosperous racquetball player for his age. Howitt is the son of David Howitt, the very-known founder of Meriweather Group. Howitt is a member of the Raquetball Club of Portland, Oregon. During his high school years, Howitt was a racquetball member of his high school (Lincoln High School) in Portland, Oregon as well. Being a Business Stategy Analyst, Howitt was apart of RFID’s team which focus on Internet protocols and Electronic product code creation (a code that transmits data to a database accessible to the company).
Sawyer Howitt also has had experience in retail/customer service representative for KURE Juice Bar for only three months, but was praised by customers for his excellent service. It only a matter of time that Sawyer will eventually follow his successful father’s (David Howitt) footsteps. David Howitt is the Founder and CEO of The Meriweather Group. With over 20 years experience David Howitt has been providing financial strategies, business strategies, and legal counsel to Forbes 100 companies. His experience with working/collaborating with legendary consumer brands.
David Howitt committed himself to executing the role of Corporate Counsel for Adidas (for four years). He then was promoted as Vice President of business development where he oversaw two-million dollars worth of licensing portfolios and supported many corporations (companies such as TaylorMade and Salomon).
Before his career at Adidas, David and his wife (Heather Howitt) launched Oregon Chai that they successfully sold in 2004. As the company’s founder and CEO he has created powerful business, equity, and advisory that are determined to change how human value are expressed through business.
His career accomplishments involved investing in business visions for successful brands such as Oregon Chai, Living Harvest, Salomon, Stumptown Coffee, Voodoo Doughnuts, and many more. D. Howitt is also the author of “Heed Your Call” (a book that talks about the science, ideology, and philosophies behind being a successful business man. With Sawyer Howitt being a high school senior, he really has a lot to look forward to in the business/corporate world once he graduates. He can definitely thank his father for that.