June 14, 2024


The three daughters of Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, Carlie Irsay-Gordon, Casey Foyt, and Kalen Jackson, are more than just NFL heiresses.

They’re forging their own unique paths, blending business acumen with a passion for philanthropy and social impact.

Jim Irsay Children
Jim Irsay Children

Meet Carlie Irsay-Gordon, Casey Irsay, and Kalen Irsay

Carlie Irsay-Gordon: The eldest daughter, Carlie, is often seen as the heir apparent to the Colts’ throne. After stepping up during her father’s 2014 rehab stint, she’s become a key figure in the organization, currently serving as Vice Chairman and a vital part of the team’s strategic planning. Beyond football, Carlie is a vocal advocate for mental health awareness and addiction recovery, inspired by her father’s journey.

Casey Foyt: Casey, the middle daughter, inherited the racing gene from her mother, Janet Guthrie, the first woman to qualify for and compete in the Indianapolis 500. Casey co-owns Foyt Racing, carrying on the family’s legendary legacy on the track. She’s also actively involved in animal welfare initiatives, using her platform to raise awareness and advocate for responsible pet ownership.

Kalen Jackson: The youngest daughter, Kalen, is perhaps the most private of the three. However, she’s no less impactful. Kalen is a passionate philanthropist, focusing her efforts on education and social justice initiatives. She’s a vocal advocate for children’s rights and has been instrumental in supporting various educational programs in Indianapolis.

While their paths may diverge, the Irsay sisters share a common thread: a commitment to making a positive impact on the world.

They’re breaking free from the “trophy kid” stereotype, proving that wealth and privilege can be harnessed for good.



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