"Ethan Zohn", is a former American professional Association football/soccer player, and a reality television series contestant who won $1,000,000 on Survivor: Africa, the third season of the reality TV series Survivor (U.S. TV series)/Survivor. He also appeared on the Survivor: All-Stars/All-Stars edition of the show. After winning Survivor he co-founded Grassroot Soccer, which uses soccer to raise money and awareness to fight HIV/AIDS. On August 20, 2008, he began a 500-mile soccer ball dribble from Foxboro, Massachusetts to Washington, D.C. for that cause.

On January 22, 2010 he was ranked 14th in the USL Second Division Top 15 of the Decade, which announced a list of the best and most influential players of the previous decade.

In 2011, Zohn and his longtime girlfriend and fellow Survivor winner Jenna Morasca participated in the The Amazing Race 19/19th season of The Amazing Race (U.S. TV series)/The Amazing Race. They were finished in 10th place, and one of the teams eliminated in a double-elimination leg.

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I'm still involved with the Vassar community and it's important to me to stay involved.

I wake up in a different state every day, but that's important to me.

I hope that when you leave here today you will have the knowledge of who you are and the challenges and power of what you can do to make a difference in the ultimate reality show, survival on earth. I want to motivate you to do the following: educate, advocate, and donate.

It'll be the largest collection of reality winners in one place ever, I can promise you that.

It opened people's eyes to what's happening in a place that people forget about and tend to brush off.

Learning from your heroes increases your information retention. And these soccer players in Africa are the heroes in their community.

It's the old proverb: 'It is better to give than to receive.' Without knowing it, I had brought along all I needed to survive.