Continuing the Conversation on Name, Image and Likeness: Educating Athletes Beyond Personal Branding - Episode 2

Anomaly and Team Altemus to Host Episode 2 of Webinar Series


Monday, June 22 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET

Anomaly is proud to join Team Altemus, a leading resource in financial management education for college athletes, for a collaborative effort in continuing the conversation on how athletic departments can prepare their staffs and student-athletes for the business implications that will come with Name, Image and Likeness.

We hope that you can join us for this webinar series that takes a deeper look into the educational programming needed from multiple perspectives inside college athletics. If your schedule won’t allow you to participate, the episodes will be recorded and shared in a recap.

June 22 | Episode 2 - Preparing Student-Athletes for NIL: A Coach’s Perspective

with Clark Kellogg and Ohio State Men’s Basketball Head Coach Chris Holtmann



June 29 | Episode 3 - Preparing Student-Athletes for NIL: The Player Development & Compliance Perspectives

Panelists to be announced 


Thank you for your continued support of protecting and educating athletes at all levels.


Clark Kellogg

Clark C. Kellogg receives national notoriety for his work as the lead college basketball studio analyst for CBS Sports. For over two decades he has served as both a game and studio analyst for the network’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships.


Clark is a former first-round draft pick of the Indiana Pacers (1982, eighth selection overall) and played five seasons with the team. After his retirement due to chronic knee injuries, he held dual roles with the team as Broadcast Analyst and Vice President of Player Relations. In the latter role, Clark led the team’s player program efforts off the court. He received his marketing degree from Ohio State and in 2010 was appointed to the university’s board of trustees.

Chris Holtmann, Anomaly Sports Group

Chris Holtmann

Chris Holtmann begins his fourth season at the helm of the Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball team in 2020-21. His three seasons at Ohio State have followed the blueprint established during his tenures at both Gardner-Webb and Butler. Holtmann became just the second coach in team history to win 20 or more games in each of his first three seasons and was named the 2018 Big Ten Coach of the Year.
Holtmann was an NAIA All-American guard at Taylor University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Taylor and a master’s degree in athletic administration from Ball State in 2000.
“Chris Holtmann is one of the very best coaches in the country. He is very skilled as a teacher and tactician, and is very principled in his approach. For Chris, winning is a byproduct of doing things the right way, and the cultures he has established reflect just that. Ohio State has a great one in Chris Holtmann. He’s the real thing.” – Jay Bilas, ESPN

Courtney Altemus

Courtney started Team Altemus in 2017 to provide financial advisor due diligence and financial literacy education for athletes within collegiate and professional sports organizations. After a few decades on Wall Street, first as an investment banker then private wealth manager, Courtney decided to start her own unbiased consulting firm. TeamAltemus wants to change the narrative to “athletes and money, only positive stories.”

Courtney brings a unique and valuable skill set of extensive study and experience in finance (MBA Finance) and human behavior (BS Organizational Behavior Management, English minor) from La Salle University. She has served on the Alumni and Business Advisory Boards at La Salle University and as an advisor to the World Series of Entrepreneurship and Anderson Monarchs.

Luke Fedlam

Luke is a personal, non-agent sports attorney with more than 15 years of experience, focused on protecting and educating professional athletes at any phase of their career. As a Partner at Porter Wright, Luke leads the firm’s sports Law Practice. In 2015, Luke created Anomaly Sports Group to transform his daily work with athletes, families and advisors into educational programs for athletes at all levels.

With a shared passion for athlete protection and professional development, Porter Wright works in tandem with Anomaly as an educational resource, consulting with both collegiate and professional sports organizations on student–athlete development and player engagement programming. Luke received his J.D. from The Ohio State University and B.A. from Wake Forest University.