A Bit About Me


Close to 20 years working in the sports industry, I have sought out the positive and influential stories that athletes and sports have on society. I've had the privilege of working with and representing over 100 professional athletes, teams, non-profit organizations, athlete unions, brands, media networks and causes.

Over the last few years, I've turned my focus and attention to creating content for some of the most important social issues as it relates to the sports world, including producing a docu-series for VICE Sports as well as writing and producing two short documentaries in the area of Sports + Social Change for Participant Media’s digital platform TakePart.com with a handful of other projects in development.

In addition to writing and producing, I'm also honored to be an adjunct professor at USC's Annenberg School of Communication teaching a course I created and designed called Athlete Speak: Communicating to the Professional Athlete under the Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society. More recently I've written about social issues as they relate to sports for ESPN's site The Undefeated and Sports Illustrated's site The Cauldron. I've also been a contributing author about crowdfunding in sports, an advisor to the sports for causes crowdfunding site FanAngel and I've written about sports and social issues that my films address. I also sit on the Young Professional Global Steering Committee for the American Jewish Committee, an international diplomatic organization


An Equal Playing Field

A Short Film about Women's Soccer + Gender Inequality Produced by Frank Marshall & Julie Foudy for Participant Media.


Midnight basketball

The free sports league offers at-risk youths a constructive activity while connecting them to employment and educational opportunities.