David Grant

David Grant is a successful entrepreneur with over two decades of startup and executive leadership experience.

After honing his enterprise skills at Fortune 100 companies, David created and ran several Startup companies in Healthcare, eCommerce, Digital Advertising, Telecom, and FinTech which were acquired in whole or in part by industry-leading corporations.

David has authored many patents that have been purchased by well-known companies and are the basis for products and services we use in our everyday lives. He is recognized as one of the nation's top CTOs and has served as board member/advisor to numerous tech, healthcare and SaaS companies.

Professionally, David enjoys solving problems, innovation and mentoring talented people.

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson is a nationally recognized investment company executive and licensed fiduciary.  Based in Los Angeles, California, he is Executive Vice President of Finestone Partners, an Independent Registered Investment Advisor. In a career spanning more than 35 years, Mike has managed over $3 billion in client assets, advised over 25,000 clients to and/or through retirement, and managed assets in the highest tier of American business, the Fortune 100. He has served as a board director and executive officer for organizations on both the regional and national levels. As a two-time graduate of UCLA, Mike is engaged in alumni leadership, university governance, and campus-wide philanthropy.  In 2017, he was nominated and elected as a life member of the UCLA Order of the Golden Bruin by his peers for exemplary service to the University.

He has produced and hosted financial internet podcasts for many years, including his current project, The Anderson Files. He and his wife Denise live in Chatsworth, California.

Mark Alyn

Mark Alyn is an award-winning host and producer. His mom always thought he should be a doctor. While he never became a doctor, he has interviewed many of them. And now with Late Night Health, he'll explore a wide variety of health and medical topics.

Dr. David Kelly

Chief Global Strategist - 12 years with J.P. Morgan - 30 years in the Industry

Dr. David Kelly is the Chief Global Strategist and Head of the Global Market Insights Strategy Team for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. With over 20 years of experience, David provides valuable insight and perspective on the economy and markets to the institutional investor and financial advisor global communities.

David is a CFA® charterholder. He also has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics from Michigan State University and a B.A. in Economics from University College Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.

Ian Peters

What can be said of Ian that hasn’t already been said. Still, “Water off a duck's back” as they say. A jack-of-all-trades with a penchant for being a technical problem solver.

Lucy Tseng

Lucy Tseng is a Life & Resilience Coach working with folks who are experiencing major changes, particularly athletes of all levels who are transitioning to life after sports. Additionally, she is part of the development team that raised $5.49 billion during The UCLA Centennial Campaign and focuses on raising funds for scholarships and student support.

She is a proud co-host of After the Glory podcast, featuring stories about elite athletes and their lives outside of sports.

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If you have any questions about After The Glory you can email us here at aftertheglorypodcast@gmail.com

Gary Stern

Since 1980, Gary N. Stern has been known as a lawyer’s lawyer, passionate about his clients, and equally passionate about bringing honor, dignity, and respect to the legal profession. For nearly 40 years, he has represented people from all walks of life, and has earned the respect and admiration of opposing counsel, judges, mediators, arbitrators, and his fellow trial lawyers.

A huge fan of the LA Dodgers and an active participant with the Dodgers Fantasy Camp since 2005, Gary has had the opportunity to get to know legendary athletes and how their lives have evolved after their playing days were over. He has always found it important for athletes to be recognized for their contribution to the sports world and to the broader society.

He is a proud co-host of After the Glory podcast, featuring stories about elite athletes and their lives outside of sports.

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If you have any questions about After The Glory you can email us here at aftertheglorypodcast@gmail.com

Eric Sussman

Professor Eric Sussman is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Real Estate at the University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management. A licensed CPA in California, he received his M.B.A. with honors from Stanford University. Professor Sussman is the winner of 13 Teaching Excellence Awards, voted on by Anderson's M.B.A. students, the Citibank Teaching Award, and the Neidorf "Decade" Teaching Award. In 2011, Bloomberg Businessweek recognized him as one of the 10 Most Popular Profs at Top Business Schools. A consultant for national and global firms, Professor Sussman is a frequent public lecturer on topics in finance and accounting and has advised numerous M.B.A. field study teams. He is the creator of Insight FSA, an analytical software tool that evaluates and reports on the accounting and corporate reporting risk for public companies. He also serves as President of Amber Capital, Inc.; Manager of Fountain Management, LLC, and Clear Capital, LLC; Managing Partner of Sequoia Real Estate Partners, LLC, and the Pacific Value Opportunities Funds; Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Causeway Capital Management's group of funds; and sits on the Board of Directors of Pacific Charter School Development and Bentley Forbes Group, LLC.

Jeff Barton

Jeff Barton owns Malibu Funding Inc, a multi-state lender/broker bringing services to the general public in regards to purchase and refinance mortgages. Since 2002 the company has been providing first liens on mortgages across the US, currently in FL, GA, NC, VA, TX, IL, MN, ID, WA, CA, AZ, NV.

John Cronin

John Cronin is Managing Director and Chairman of ipCapital Group, Inc. (“ipCG”), an intellectual property consulting firm. Mr. Cronin founded ipCG in 1998. Mr. Cronin has worked with over 1,200 companies and approximately 15% of the Fortune 500, hundreds of mid-size companies and hundreds of startups and governmental laboratories. Over the years, he has become a respected thought leader among executives who wish to align business issues with IP and translate strategies into actionable financial results. Mr. Cronin has inspired and trained thousands of engineers and scientists in the best practices of “how to invent.”

Prior to forming ipCG, Mr. Cronin spent over 17 years at IBM and became its top inventor with over 100 patents and 150 patent publications. He created and ran the IBM Patent Factory, which was essential in helping IBM become number one in US patents, and lead the team that contributed to the startup and success of IBM’s licensing program.

Full bio: https://www.ipcg.com/team/john-cronin/

Fred Wallin

Fred Wallin is a long-time local/national radio and TV sports talk host.  With over 40 years on the air, Fred is a familiar voice from KABC’s Sportstalk in Los Angeles, CA, and has brought his unique, informed, no-nonsense reporting style to sports media markets around the country.  On the night of Kirk Gibson's historic 1988 World Series home run against the A's, he hosted a five-and-a-half-hour post-game Dodger talk show.  In his illustrious career, Fred has been a mainstay in Los Angeles with national sports and political talk shows. Currently, he hosts Sports Overnight America on Sirius XM 211 and can also be heard on a variety of other stations.

Fred is heavily focused on all aspects of sports - media, business, memorabilia, and sports wagering of all kinds - and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with listeners.  He lives in Southern California with his wife Sandy and their Dodger-fan canine, Mr. Darcy.