Lead Managing Owner
Larry Berg is a Senior Partner at Apollo Global Management and Chairman of McGraw-Hill Education. Berg also serves as the Chairman of the non-profit organization Crisis Text Line.
Brandon Beck is co-founder of Riot Games and co-creator of the widely popular game League of Legends.
Bennett Rosenthal is Co-Founder and Partner of Ares Management LP (NYSE: ARES) and Co-Head of its Private Equity Group. He also serves as Co-Chairman of the Board of Ares Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: ARCC).
Executive Chairman And Owner
Peter Guber is the Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group and has been a preeminent entrepreneur in the entertainment, sports, and communications industries. Guber is also the owner and co-executive chairman of the Golden State Warriors and is co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
President & Owner
Tom Penn is a sports industry veteran of more than 15 years, Co-Founder and President of the Sports Leadership Institute, and an ESPN NBA Analyst. Penn spent four seasons as Vice President of Basketball Operations and Assistant General Manager of the Portland Trail Blazers before joining ESPN.
Vice-Chairman and Owner
Henry Nguyen is the Managing General Partner of IDG Ventures Vietnam, a private equity firm focused on consumer, technology, media, and telecom investments. He leads as the Developmental Licensee for McDonald’s restaurants in Vietnam.
Director And Owner
Ruben Gnanalingam is the CEO of Westports Malaysia. Gnanalingam is involved with several professional sports businesses including Queens Park Rangers, an English football club that competes in the EFL Championship.
Director And Owner
Vincent Tan is the founder of the Berjaya Corporation group, a pioneer of innovative business sectors in Malaysia. Tan is the majority owner of Cardiff City Football Club, a Welsh football club playing in the English Premier League. Tan is passionate about philanthropy and is currently working in Malaysia to set up youth education centers with the aim of teaching the English language and other living skills.
Will Ferrell is an American actor, comedian, producer, and writer. He first established himself as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, and has starred in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, The Other Guys, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Mia Hamm Garciaparra
Mia Hamm Garciaparra is an entrepreneur and one of the most prolific women’s soccer players of all time. Hamm Garciaparra competed with the U.S. women’s national soccer team for 17 years. She is a two-time World Cup Champion and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist who still holds the national team record in assists.
Nomar Garciaparra is a former Major League Baseball Player and entrepreneur. Garciaparra is currently a baseball analyst for Los Angeles Dodgers telecasts and radio.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson
Earvin Johnson is President of Basketball Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers, Chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, and a part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Johnson has become one of the most powerful African-American businessmen in the world. He is an NBA legend, a two-time Hall of Famer, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and motivational speaker.
Goodwin Gaw is the Co-Founder, Principal, Managing Director, Managing Principal, Partner and Chairman of Gaw Capital Partners. He serves as Chief Executive Officer at Global Gateway, L.P. and the President at Downtown Properties Holdings and has over 20 years of real estate investment and management experience in the United States and Asia.
Chad Hurley is a Co-Founder and Former CEO of YouTube. Hurley is currently the CEO and Founder of MixBit, a next generation collaborative video platform that empowers individuals to easily edit and create videos with others around the world.
Tucker Kain is the President of Los Angeles Dodgers Business Enterprise and Managing Director of Guggenheim Baseball Management. Kain was instrumental in the purchase of the Dodgers, the largest team sports transaction in history.
Kirk Lacob is the Assistant GM of the Golden State Warriors and Vice President, GSW Sports Ventures. Lacob is currently in his sixth season in the team’s front office.
Mitch Lasky is a general partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Benchmark. He serves on the board of Snap, Inc. and many other early stage technology and entertainment companies.
Mark Leschly is Managing Partner at Iconica Partners, a venture capital/private equity firm. Leschly is also Managing Partner at Rho Capital Partners, a leading technology-focused venture capital and growth equity firm.
Mike Mahan is the CEO of Dick Clark Productions and a Partner of Mosaic Media Investment Partners. Mahan led the transformation of the TV Guide Network from a guidance-focused utility network to a full-screen entertainment destination.
Marc is co-founder of Riot Games and co-creator of the widely popular game League of Legends. Marc also serves on the board of several non-profit organizations, including: Unite: America, City Year Los Angeles, and the Seal Family Foundation.
Irwin Raij is a business lawyer and Co-Chair of the Sports Industry Group at O’Melveny. Raij advises multiple professional and collegiate sports clients in connection with stadium development (and related ancillary development), franchise acquisition and sales, lease agreements and media rights.
Tony Robbins is a best-selling author, life coach, and entrepreneur. For more than 37 years, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and the transformational power of Robbins’ business and personal development events. He is the nation’s #1 life and business strategist.
Lon Rosen is the Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rosen was influential in guiding Magic Johnson Enterprises to be recognized as one of the most successful minority business companies in the country. He began his sports career with the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers and the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings. From there, he started his own sports marketing company, First Team Marketing, and moved into sports marketing and sports representation.
Paul Schaeffer is Vice-Chairman/COO of Mandalay Entertainment Group. Schaeffer is responsible for all aspects of the motion picture, sports, and television businesses focusing primarily on the corporate and business operations of those entities. Schaeffer co-founded Mandalay Entertainment Group with Peter Guber in 1995.
Brandon Schneider is Chief Revenue Officer for the Golden State Warriors, overseeing ticket sales, suites and services, retail, new business development, andis responsible for community relations, corporate partnerships, marketing and the Warriors Community Foundation for the Warriors and Chase Center. Schneider is in his fifteenth season with the organization.
Allen Shapiro is the CEO of Dick Clark Productions and Managing Partner of Mosaic Media Investment Partners. Shapiro serves as Executive Producer on DCP’s flagship programming and oversees the development, production and licensing of the company’s other high profile properties. Mosaic Media was formed as a talent management company representing artists and actors, as well as a production company.
Mark Shapiro is Co-President of WME | IMG. Shapiro had previously served as chief content officer at IMG. Shapiro was also an Executive Producer at Dick Clark Productions after having served as the company’s CEO prior to its sale in 2012. Previously, Shapiro was Director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation.
Jason Sugarman is respected private equity investor who specializes in financial service and the TMT sector. Sugarman is an active owner of Marucci Sports as well as Partner in the Oklahoma City Dodgers, the LA Dodgers AAA franchise.
Harry Tsao is a part-owner of the Golden State Warriors. Tsao has been a technology investor since 2007. Some of his investments include Baller.tv, Chegg, eSalon, Mobileye, Redfin, Miso Robotics, Kitchen United, and Stylehaul.
Rick Welts is President and COO of the Golden State Warriors. Welts is in his fourth season with the team, overseeing all business-related operations. Welts has more than 39 years of experience in the NBA.