Brooke received her degree in Sports Medicine with an emphasis in Neuroscience from the University of San Francisco. Her passion of neuroscience hit home when she had a stroke and was diagnosed with a Chiari Malformation in 2013 and underwent five surgeries. Although doctors had many opinions about Brooke’s condition, the one thing they agreed on was the fact that her fitness level saved her life. Because of this, she began a nonprofit to provide grants for other individuals diagnosed with neurological disorders to help them regain both their physical and emotional strength. Brooke is now working toward her doctorate of physical therapy and plans to apply to a Neurology Fellowship after graduation.
Originally from Pennsylvania, with a Master’s Degree in Multimedia Technology from Duquesne University, Matthew Price is the Director of Interactive Media at Palms Casino Resort and resides in Las Vegas. A proven expert in technical knowledge, creative and forward thinking, Matt has improved business performance in web, email and digital marketing for brands and agencies locally as well as many other cities across the US. Matt has been an athlete and passionate about fitness his entire life.
Jeff is the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Golden Gaming, LLC. Prior to his current position, he served as the Vice President of Legal Affairs, Assistant General Counsel and CCO for Boyd Gaming Corporation for almost 12 years. Previously, Jeff served over 13 years in the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. A graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, Jeff is a member of the State Bars of Nevada, California, Colorado and Oregon. In addition to his professional duties, Jeff is also actively involved in the community, having served as tournament coordinator for the GLS’ Annual Law Scholarship Golf Tournament that raised over $330,000 for scholarships at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In 2010, the State Bar of Nevada named Jeff its first recipient of the Volunteer Lawyer of the Year award.
Ryan Draney has been involved with charities since he was a child. While in law school, he realized that his desire to help those in need could be better accomplished through focusing his time explicitly on charitable ventures versus in the legal profession. His legal and business knowledge are tools that he use to elevate charities to new heights. Society is focused on being “disruptive” in every category of life except philanthropic endeavors. He aims to be the Elon Musk of charity.