Meet The Hosts of After The Glory
Native Angeleno Lucy Tseng is an “old soul” who cares deeply about her family, friends (furry and otherwise) and the world she has already made better with her labor and her example. With an undergraduate degree from UCLA in Sociology, Asian American Studies and Education Studies, followed by a Masters from UCSF in Sports Management, Lucy divides her time between the non-profit world, development work for her beloved UCLA and her passion, Resilientsee Life Coaching, where she inspires, guides and supports elite athletes in realizing a new form of potential and success once their athletic careers have come to an end.
In each segment of her life, Lucy has and continues to excel. Lucy is active with NextLA and Rotary, among other non-profits making a difference in our world every day. With her experiences at UCLA still fresh and memorable, Lucy is an active alumna working on Campus Development Campaigns. Her work caught the eye of the Regents and in July 2020, Lucy was appointed by the UC Board of Regents President Janet Napolitano as a Staff Advisor to the Board. Soon after achieving her Masters,
Lucy founded Resilientsee Life Coaching because she has recognized from a young age that there is no real emphasis in our society on creating opportunities for elite athletes to prioritize the development of life skills and to have a life and career plan that will long surpass the relatively few years one is given to achieve and maintain greatness in their chosen sport.
Lucy Tseng knows her life’s work: to inspire and support others in finding, pursuing and living their own passions and purpose. When she is not devoted to her mission, Lucy can be found on the streets of the San Gabriel Valley walking her beloved canines, @ Tunechi and Kobe.
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. Those who know Gary know that as steadfast as he is in the pursuit of justice, he is equally committed to professionalism at every stage of a proceeding. Along the way, Gary has earned the respect and admiration of opposing counsel, judges, mediators, arbitrators, and his fellow trial lawyers.
When not representing his clients, Gary is a passionate fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers and since 2005, has been an active participant first with the Dodgers Fantasy Camp in Florida and then with an independent adult baseball camp, LADABC. As a result of Gary’s many baseball fantasy camp experiences, he had the opportunity to get to know several legendary athletes and how their lives had 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.
Gary has been married to Sandy for 35 years. His son Daniel has a Masters’ Degree in Special Education and works as a private tutor and at The Help Group, the leading education and research institution for autistic children. His daughter Laura retired in 2018 after 7 years as a cast member with Disney on Ice. Laura now works as an Event Coordinator for a prestigious boutique hotel in Redondo Beach, CA.
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Sean Conley is the author of the well-reviewed 2020 book The Point After: How One Resilient Kicker Learned there was More to Life than the NFL. The title says it all, as Sean talks about his search for meaning, found in his now-wildly successful career with his bride and partner Karen as a yoga instructor and studio owner in Pennsylvania.
The athlete who engages in an individual sport at the highest level also faces challenges as they prepare for life “after the glory.” Tennis is one such sport and is represented here by nationally respected UCLA head tennis coach Billy Martin, his former player/team manager, Chip Humphries, and international star Justin Gimelstob.
One of only twenty-nine Major Leaguers to play in four different decades, Jerry Reuss pitched for eight teams, including the Pittsburgh Pirates twice. So when Reuss tells his story, he covers about as much of baseball life as any player can.
Olympian and WNBA Hall of Famer Ann Meyers Drysdale shares her ground-breaking and inspirational journey to become one of the foremost athletes in women's basketball with the After The Glory team.
UCLA Football Star and Three Time New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion Roman Phifer visits with the After The Glory team!
The After The Glory Team, Gary Stern and Lucy Tseng, talk about the amazing life of Carl and Betty Erskine.