iSport360 welcomes its newest Investor and Board Advisor, Howie Roseman, who is an NFL executive in Philadelphia. Howie jumped at the opportunity to do great things for youth sports. We jumped at the opportunity to bring on board a resilient Super Bowl winner and a man who gives his time and energy to great youth causes. Plus, with four kids of his own, Howie is no stranger to the chaotic world of youth sports that we are working hard to improve.
Tony Davis is a Partner at Sway Ventures and Managing Director at Nex3, a San Francisco based accelerator. He is an accomplished, multi-time CEO, investor, and board member of venture capital-backed, high growth technology and consumer products companies. For iSport360, Tony brings 18 years of extensive, hands-on operating experiences developing growth strategies, building teams, raising over $300M in capital (from VCs, Private Equity, Family Offices, corporate venture, and high net worth individuals), executing go-to-market plans, managing M&A transactions, and achieving liquidity events. And with three athletic sons, he’s no stranger to the youth sports challenges we are solving.
Jay Fulcher is a Silicon Valley investor, Board Member and new CEO of Zenefits, the $3B payroll software startup. He's a frequent advisor to fast-growing technology startups, venture capital firms, strategic acquirers and private equity firms. Jay supports causes and companies that are innovating in the education space. This is what drew him to our player feedback platform, iSport360, and its mission to help student athletes, coach educators and sports parents.
Jordan Bitterman is a 20 year veteran of the marketing industry and trailblazer in the area of social media. He is currently CMO at IBM Watson and is also a member of the Board of Directors at Bitly, a New York-based AdTech company.
Perhaps the leading technologist in the Youth SportsTech space, Wade Minter is the former CTO at TeamSnap and product manager at SportsEngine, an NBC Sports company. He has spent most of the last 10 years developing applications to make the youth sports experience better for coaches, parents and of course, kids. Wade’s experience working for the “big boys” in youth sports" helps iSport360 learn from their mistakes on their road to success.
Keith Glauber is a former Major League pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He is currently the owner of Young People’s Day Camp. He's also an active youth baseball coach. As an elite athlete, Keith has been instrumental in helping us understand baseball and coaching at an academic level.
A graduate of West Point and Harvard Law School, John is the Global Co-Chair of the Emerging Companies Practice at Latham & Watkins LLP. John’s specialty is guiding startup tech companies, like our sports scheduling program, through the development life cycle, to successful exits and IPOs.
Chris Tienken Ed.D.
Dr. Tienken is a Professor of Education. He specializes in curriculum and assessment issues at the state, national and international levels. With Chris’ help, we have made tremendous strides in applying best practices from the K-12 education world to the development of successful young athletes.
Stephen Feldman Ph.D.
Dr. Feldman is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with 32 years of experience counseling children, adolescents and parents. He's an expert in the use of behavioral management and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches. In his advisory role to iSport360, Dr. Feldman helps us understand the complex factors that contribute to parent and coach sideline behavior.
Sanjay Macwan, our recent investor and advisor, is an accomplished Fortune 100 CTO. He has built highly successful corporate innovation labs in the telecom/wireless (AT&T) and media/content (Comcast NBC Universal) industries. He's a sought-after speaker, educator, advisor to VC firms and inventor with 39 patents. Sanjay brings tremendous global vision. He is excited to apply Machine Learning and Big Data tech to our youth sports platform. We are thrilled to have Sanjay join us.