Murphy Jensen is the co-founder and EVP of WEconnect Health, a Seattle based healthcare company that provides support & services through a mobile application to people suffering from substance mis-use and mental health disorders.
Surviving a Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Oct 2021, Murphy was saved by an on-site AED & CPR. Murphy is a spokesman for the American Heart Association and partner in the Gootter-Jensen Foundation. The continued recovery from his cardiac event and the traumatic brain injury he suffered when he collapsed, have added a new layer to Murphy's advocacy for mental health awareness.
After years of playing professional tennis (winning the French Open Doubles) Murphy hosted TV-shows Open Access and Murphy's Guide on the Tennis Channel. Using the game of tennis to support his favorite causes, Murphy participates in events like the Prostate Cancer Foundation Pro-Am and Chris Evert's Celebrity Classic. Lending his infectious positive attitude and genuine love the of the game, Murphy brings fun wherever he goes.
For 10 years Murphy was the head coach for the WTT Washington Kastles. Named Coach of the Year in 2013, Murphy coached Martina Hingis, the William's Sisters, Sam Querrey, Leander Paes, among others. Winning six championships, Murphy lead the Kastles to a 34 match winning streak; the longest in professional sports history.