UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
Maurice played professional basketball for over a decade. He also served as the Vice President of the NBA Players' Association. Maurice is now the founder and CEO of www.elos360.com
Bryce played seven seasons for the St. Louis Blues and then seven years for the New Jersey Devils, where he was Captain. He is now the co-founder of www.xhockeyproducts.com
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
Isaiah played in the NFL for eight years after playing college football at Harvard. He is an experienced entrepeneur and investor. Isaiah is currently co-founder and managing director of www.sportsilab.com,
CANADIAN NATIONAL HOCKEY & SOFTBALL
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
Hayley is one of a few athletes in the world who has competed in both winter and summer Olympics. She is a 4X Olympic gold medalist in ice hockey and current member of IOC athletes commission. She recently completed a MSc at university of Calgary and will be starting medical school this summer.
Iman Houston Farrior, Esq.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS LAW
RICE UNIVERSITY MBA
Iman, a Houston native, graduated from Tulane University where she played Division-I volleyball. She then earned her JD from The University of Texas and her MBA from Rice University. After working at Vinson & Elkins LLP and Exxon Mobil as a corporate attorney, she now works as a real estate professional and business consultant. Iman has three daughters, and is the wife of former NFL linebacker, James Farrior.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
James, a native of Richmond, graduated from The University of Virginia with a BS in Psychology. James was the 1997 8th overall draft pick in the NFL Draft. After 5 years with the New York Jets, he played 10 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers where he won two Super Bowl Championships among other accolades. Outside of family time, James spends his free time investing in real estate and other promising business ventures.
Derrick played football at Georgia Tech and is now a linebacker for the Tennessee Titans. He is a venture partner at Huddle Ventures and is also the co-founder of Opportunity Ecosystem
A current member of the Minnesota Twins, Ryan is in his 3rd season of Major League Baseball. He is from Massachusetts where he completed his Finance degree at Merrimack College. Ryan is advising for a recent startup and is a longtime supporter for the WhyMe Foundation
Craig graduated from Harvard and then played 15 seasons in the NHL. He now works as a financial advisor for Merril Lynch.
Corey played 5 years in the NFL and started his own Angel investment company A-Maysing Enterprises upon retirement. He has a deep passion for being an entrepreneur and giving back to the Chicago community, and felt this would be a great way to create economic opportunities. Corey has a diverse portfolio of businesses from green energy to wine and spirits.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Jordan played four seasons at Michigan while attaining Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Engineering. He has played in the top leagues in Italy, France, and Greece. During off seasons, he works as a management and engineering consultant while running his nonprofit, the Jordan Morgan Foundation. Jordan recently invested in a wellness startup.
Rachel played professional soccer for four years for the New Jersey Wildcats and Sky Blue FC. She is an active writer, videographer, and aspiring author. Check out her work at www.excellesports.com/news/author/rachel-breton/
Trevor May is a pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. He's an avid gamer and actively looking to invest in eSports, Real Estate, and Tech. No project is too small and Trevor is always available!
BOSTON COLLEGE LAW
After playing professional baseball for 6 years in the Red Sox, Indians and Pirates organizations, Randy attended Boston College for law school and then went on to work in litigation. From there he became one of the first employees at Fantex, Inc. where he works to secure working capital for qualified young professional athletes to help scale their careers, gain financial security, and improve their lives both during and after their careers.
OLYMPIAN, TRACK AND FIELD
Kristi won the bronze medal in the women's 100 meter hurdles at the 2016 Summer Olympics. For more information and updates on Kristi, check out www.kristicastlin.com
Victor Abiamiri is a Portfolio Analyst at Brown Advisory. He works with the portfolio management team to help manage the balanced accounts of their private clients and institutions. Prior to joining Brown Advisory, Victor played five seasons as Defensive End for the Philadelphia Eagles
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Zoltan played in the NFL for five seasons and now works at IBM. Zoltan is also now the founder of Exero Labs, a company creating innovative technologies for athlete performance.
Chris played fullback in the NFL for 11 years after playing quarterback at Yale. He is a natural leader, experienced investor, and proven executive. Chris is currently CEO of Resilience Code, a data-driven, evidence-based multi-specialty medical and performance center, who is revolutionizing healthcare and performance
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