Teague Egan is the founder and managing partner at Innovation Factory, a Los Angeles-based angel investment fund. He serves as an advisor and on several boards including Actavalon, Chatter, UNCL, The Kindness Project, and 1st Round Enterprises.
Most recently, he was a founding partner and CEO of 1st Round Enterprises. At age 21, the music division of the company, 1st Round Records, released Sammy Adams debut album Boston’s Boy, which reached #1 on the iTunes hip-hop charts. Shortly after, at age 22, Teague became the youngest ever, certified contract agent by the National Football League Players Association and first prior to graduating college.
Philanthropy and helping others is immensely important to Teague. In 2016 he co-founded The Kindness Project, and currently acts as its Chairman. Teague will be walking around the USA for an entire year for #Kindness365 doing random acts of kindness. Previously, most of his philanthropic efforts were associated with the Thomas E. Smith Foundation, where he is the co-founder of Dance For Paralysis, and The Reality Ride Challenge.
Teague received a B.A. in Entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business. He is also a graduate of Singularity University's exponential technology program. View Wikipedia Page