Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) Webinar Series
Episode 1 with Joey Galloway and Seth Greenberg
Episode 2 with Clark Kellogg and Chris Holtmann
Episode 3 with LaChina Robinson, Tony Jones and JP Abercrumbie
Episode 4 with Courtney Altemus and Luke Fedlam
Black Student Athlete Summit
We worked alongside athletes, coaches, administrators, athletic directors and professors from around the country to address issues ranging from the literacy development of black males, the prevalence of racial stereotypes in the NFL, mental health, athletic activism, and the impact of HBCUs.
Ohio State Athletics
Through our participation in the Real Life Wednesdays program, Anomaly is helping Ohio State University Football student-athletes gain valuable guidance and experience to prepare for success in the professional world.
Real Life Wednesdays
Ohio State Sports & Society NIL Discussion with Renee Montgomery and Martin Nance
Ohio State Sports & Society NIL Discussion with Joshua Perry and Renee Montgomery
In September 30, 2019 governor Gavin Newsom of California signed the Fair Pay For Play Act into law allowing student-athletes to receive compensation for their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL), hire agents, and sign endorsement deals. While the Fair Pay For Play act doesn’t take effect until 2023, the move guaranteed student-athletes in California the right to receive compensation for NIL, and all but forced the NCAA to respond as other states started going down the same path as California...
When name, image, and likeness opportunities get the green light, they’ll encompass far more than just the star quarterback making TV commercials for brand‐name athletic apparel or the local car dealership.” explained Luke Fedlam.