Brian Brown

Grew up in Parker, CO where he attended Chaparral High school and played under coach Jason Jacob. He went on to play one year at the University of Denver before getting his career cut short by a series of concussions. This gave him an unforeseen opportunity to start coaching high school teams in addition to starting his own individual skill development business. It wasn’t until he took the path of becoming an entrepreneur starting his senior year at DU that he was blessed to meet his financial mentors and get exposed to what it looks like to develop into a leader and peak performer. Brian is now passionate about teaching others how to build assets that produce passive income, so that they too can have the freedom to to live their life around their priorities and passions. 



Sarah Brown

Is a Colorado native who played Division I soccer at the University of Denver and graduated Suma Cum Laude in 2009 with an MBA in Business Administration. In 2007, Sarah and her husband Brian started their own company in the travel and technology space that they continue to passionately pursue to this day. Sarah is also the co-founder of a young entrepreneur movement called the R.A.T. (Retired at Twenty) Pack and a well sought after speaker who travels around the country to teach people how to gain financial freedom. Outside of her love for Jesus and her family, she is passionate about children and the positive impact that athletics can have on their lives.


Josh Adams

Attended the University of Wyoming where he became an All-American and was the 3rd top scorer in all of NCAA Division 1 as a senior. He has gone on to play professionally in Russia, Turkey, and China. Josh also played for the Denver Nuggets and Dallas Mavericks NBA summer teams. Most recently, he played for the Team USA World Qualifying Cup team and is a current member of the NBA G League Toronto 905. Previously he has played a role in scouting, consulting and player development for What IF.

Robert Brown

Attended the University of Wyoming, graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration in 1981. From college he went on to be the President at Western Executive Air, Standardization Captain at Amoco Corporation, and is currently a pilot and Check Airman Instructor at United Airlines and specializes in Boeing 757 / 767 / 777. As the proud father of two, Bob spent a lot of time in the basketball gym with his boys and gained the title of Shot Doctor at Chaparral High School. He was also President of Chaparral Men’s Basketball Booster Club and Huddle Coach for Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Chaparral. Bob also serves on the Board of Directors for Caleb’s Heart Ministries.

Brandon Ewing

Attended the University of Wyoming under coach Steve McClain. At UW, Brandon was a 4x All Mountain West Conference Selection, 3x Scoring Leader in the Mountain West, and assist leader. He’s currently top 5 in several categories at the University of Wyoming and the Mountain West Conference while also being a college graduate with a degree in Social Sciences (09′). During his 5 years of professional basketball, he was selected as Guard of the Year and appeared in two championship series. Brandon is now an Insurance Professional at Mountain West Farm Bureau while growing his career within insurance. Brandon is also the Founder and President of the Brandon Ewing Scholarship Foundation in which he has given numerous scholarships that help with the purchase of books for incoming freshmen.

Benjamin Gochberg

Was a commercial lender, business finance consultant, and portfolio manager for Wells Fargo Bank. After graduating top of the class with degrees from Weber State University, Ben rose rapidly through the Wells Fargo ranks until becoming a community bank president. With more than a decade of experience in a variety of financial management roles, Ben has become the go-to consultant of choice for many local commercial lending projects, partner buyouts, and acquisitions. Community service has been a key element in Ben’s life since serving a two-year volunteer mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He has a passion for teaching personal finance, creating profitable connections and developing leadership. He continues to grow his emphases in business development and intelligence as a managing owner of Incor, a firm specializing in real estate development and investing.

Nathan McCubbin

Started working with Brian Brown doing individual basketball skill sessions as a 7th grader. After attending Rock Canyon High School he went on to play basketball at Hendrix College (Arkansas) for 2 years. He then transitioned to Colorado State University where he graduated in 2016 with a major in Biology and a minor in Neuroscience. Currently, he is working as an Embryologist at the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine. Nathan is passionate about helping people and is proud to share that Jesus is the most important thing in his life.