sport x legal x media
The Marathon Begins
Chima Okoli Esq. is a former Division I football player who played Right Tackle at Penn State from 2007-2012. During this time he was a two-year starter who was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference in 2011. He was also named 1st Team Academic All-Big Ten that same year. He graduated with degrees in Advertising, Public Relations, and Media Studies in May 2012. That summer he was invited to training camp with the Seattle Seahawks. After his playing career ended, he served as the Outpatient Admitting Lead in Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. In the summer of 2017, Chima graduated from law school with his J.D. He has been working in higher education recruiting and diversity initiatives for the past 5 years. He most recently served as the Associate Director of Admissions and Diversity for Penn State Law School. He is a member of the Big Ten Advisory Commission. This body is tasked with reporting to the commissioner of the conference on the issues of educational equity and welfare of student-athletes. Chima is a board member on the Bellisario College of Communications Young Alumni Council. An avid traveler, he has spent time in Western Africa, Europe, and South America. He is a member of the D.C Bar and is eligible to practice in New York as well.
Words from our founder: We are a branding entity operating in the intersection of sport x culture x media. There is a new dawn coming to Division I football and we are here to ensure your program operates efficiently in the modern era. Our goal is to empower your football program to connect genuinely with current and future athletes. For the student-athlete- by the student-athlete.
- Player-Specific Brand Education
- Bridge Knowledge Gap between Coaches, Student-Athletes & Administrators.
- Develop Solutions with University GC and Compliance.
- Direct Correspondence with Recruits and Families.
Our service includes a comprehensive consultation to help identify gaps in recruitment strategy/ program culture. The changing landscape of college football is one where the top programs are player-centric.
Develop your program culture.