Stephen C. Mills brings almost 30 years of experience developing and managing professional sports leagues and venues. He was President and Chief Operating Officer of Madison Square Garden Sports, and Executive Vice President of the New York Knicks. For more than 16 years, Mills was a senior executive at the National Basketball Association and was instrumental in the Women's National Basketball Association.

Mills recently co-taught a course entitled “Dilemmas in Athletics” for his alma mater, Princeton University, where he played starting guard for three seasons for Hall of Fame coach Pete Carril. Black Enterprise Magazine has named Mills “Business Executive of the Year,” and Sports Illustrated has twice featured him in its “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports” issues.

Larry Rudolph is an entertainment manager, lawyer and producer who discovered 13-year-old Britney Spears and has managed the singer’s iconic career.   As a lawyer Rudolph represented Justin Timberlake, the Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, Jessica Simpson and many more highly successful recording artists.  In 1995, he founded ReignDeer Entertainment, which has provided artist management for such stars as Britney Spears, Ashley Parker Angel, Toni Braxton, Jersey Shore’s DJ Pauly and Nick Lachey. Rudolph has also produced several successful feature films and television series, including the MTV hits “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica,” and Victoria Justice’s “There and Back.”  

In 2009, ReignDeer Entertainment merged with Irving Azoff’s Frontline Management Group, and is now a division of Ticketmaster and Live Nation, providing artist management, consulting, and television and film production services. Rudolph is also a co-founder of Total Entertainment & Arts Marketing “Team,” a full-service entertainment marketing firm working with clients including Justin Beiber, Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, The Pussycat Dolls and many more.  

Joseph Gamberale, co-founder and principal of Centurion Capital, has almost 20 years of experience providing portfolio management and financial advisory services to athletes, entertainers, and other high net worth clients.  Gamberale began his financial career at Smith Barney in midtown Manhattan where he advised clients on a wide spectrum of investments.   Later, he was recruited by Merrill Lynch to become a Vice President in Merrill Lynch’s Private Client Group.  Gamberale is a graduate of Rutgers College.

Amiee Burns assists athletes in achieving long-term economic stability by helping them design and implement financial plans and set attainable goals. Her team of professionals includes experts in tax, insurance, real estate and legal services.

Burns has more than 15 years of financial management experience in the sports and entertainment industries. She has worked as Vice President of Financial Services for CSI Capital Management, and as a financial manager for Premier Management Consultants. Burns graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a B.S. in Accounting.

Simmy Owens joined A&E with more than 15 years of experience in marketing, business development, and financial management. She has worked in the healthcare, financial services, professional sports and entertainment industries. Owens has booked over 200 sports professionals on more than 500 marketing engagements with pharmaceutical brands.

She co-founded four companies: The Nelson Group, a medical education agency; LiveApart, a lifestyle company; PRO, a network of sports professionals; and CMER, a global platform of leading physicians. She also worked as an auditor for Lazard Frères. Owens graduated from New York University with a B.S. in Accounting.