Chaz Stevens is an American entrepreneur best known for his constitutional activism. Chaz is also the founder of the emotional animal support site ESADoggy.
Chaz Stevens (born August 31, 1964) is an American entrepreneur, activist, and professional software developer. He is the founder and chief executive officer of ESADoggy. ESADoggy connects individuals struggling with the challenges of life with licensed mental health professionals.
Chaz has also worked for IBM, Microsoft, The Walt Disney World Company, and The Coca Cola Company.
Chaz is the activist who pushed to install Festivus Poles in all state capitols. It was in 2013 when he made the headlines on winning the right to install a Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans festivus pole at Florida's state Capitol in Tallahassee.
Chaz's impact on First Amendment issues has been recognized nationwide. He has appeared on programs such as The Colbert Report, Fox News with Gretchen Carlson, The Daily Show, CBS Nightly News, MTV, and many other outlets.
Additionally, Chaz has been quoted in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Mediaweek, TIME, Vocativ, and numerous national and international media outlets.
Chaz has been twice named New Times Activist of the Year, member of the Florida First Amendment Foundation Citizen Brigade, and has garnered the attention of local, state, national, and international media outlets.
Chaz has a lifetime of involvement with Amnesty International, Women In Distress, and Doctors Without Borders.
Chaz is the proud daddy to many rescue animals.