Inclusive Sports Foundation
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Our BOARD MEMBERS
The volunteer board is composed of leaders in education, business, and sports.
Dr. Matt Lance
Matt Lance is a PE Teacher/Football Coach at Centennial High School in Corona, California. His passion is improving the fitness level of all of his various groups of students. He teaches an Athletic Conditioning class for General Ed PE students called The TEAMS, Freshman PE and Life Skills PE.
Ian is a CEO, Co-Founder, and Entrepreneur with experience in technology, mobility, logistics, and retail operation. He has experience in turnaround management, roll-ups, mergers, acquisitions, and two successful exits. He currently sits on the board of 5 other companies in diverse industries such as software, manufacturing, retail, and Mobility. Ian served our country as a United States Marine. He is also Dr. Lance’s best friend since high school.
Mike Gunderson is the founder of Gunderson Direct, Inc., a direct marketing agency that helps businesses drive new leads and close more sales through traditional offline channels, especially direct mail. Prior to starting Gunderson Direct Inc., Mike served as senior art director at Providian Financial, where he cut his teeth on rigorously targeted, response-driven direct mail campaigns. In addition to running his company, he has been president of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Silicon Valley, and has served on the EO board for over five years. He has a huge heart for helping communities and young people as he has worked closely with the Alameda Boys and Girls club in the past and we are blessed to have him bring his talents to us.
Brandon Magee is an Arizona State University alumni and former two sport professional athlete who played in the NFL and MLB simultaneously. Currently, Brandon is a filmmaker developing a select slate of projects geared toward making the world a better place. First up, for NETFLIX, is the REDD ZONE, staring Jada Pinkett Smith which he is Executive Producing for Westbrook Studios. A true humanitarian, during his time at ASU Magee visited more than 30 elementary schools across the Phoenix valley to talk to kids about overcoming obstacles, the importance of education and maintaining a positive mindset. He has also coordinated health fairs for local elementary school children and their families, as well as visited several hospitals, churches and other youth organizations in the Phoenix area.