Continuing the Conversation on Name, Image and Likeness: Breaking Down #DDMC - Episode 4
Anomaly and TeamAltemus, leading athlete-development resources in legal and financial education respectively, have recorded a fourth webinar series on Name, Image and Likeness (NIL). Courtney Altemus and Luke Fedlam take viewers deeper into a NIL curriculum on "protective education" as college athletic departments and teams prepare for the impact of NIL in 2021.
D | having a systematic decision-making process for NIL opportunities
D | the due diligence of analyzing advisors and NIL opportunities
M | understanding money and areas of personal financial management, and
C | understanding contracts from any advisor or NIL opportunity
Thank you for your continued support as we work to protect and educate athletes at all levels.
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 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.