Justin Batt describes his life mission as reigniting and restoring fatherhood around the world and changing the next generation of fathers through events, experiences, education, and technology to end the cycle of fatherlessness. His nonprofit organization, the Daddy Saturday Foundation, is an international fatherhood organization that “pushes the envelope” as a fatherhood media brand to reach fathers and the fatherless. Mr. Batt has performed a TEDx talk; written the book Daddy Saturday; launched the digital courses DadBOSS and KidBOSS; hosted the Fatherhood Festival at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village in Canton, Ohio; released fatherhood nonfungible tokens and crypto tokens; and is developing a fatherhood Metaverse and artificial intelligence strategy.
Mr. Batt enjoys working with entrepreneurs, business leaders, politicians, celebrities, athletes, and others who desire to build their brand and business with a book. He discovered how to push his limits through Spartan obstacle course racing. Obstacle course racing changed how he approaches life and taught him to not be afraid of the uncomfortable. He encouraged his children to participate in Spartan obstacle course racing with him, and they have derived the same life benefits.
Mr. Batt supports and credits his wife’s entrepreneurial business for the opportunity it gave him to become founder of Daddy Saturday when he was home many years all day on Saturdays with the family’s four kids as she ran her business. Mr. Batt earned a B.A. in sports marketing from Clemson University.