Ash Smith – Co-Founder & CEO
Born & Raised in Adelaide, “The City of Churches”. Inspired by his brothers Golf success at IHCC & UAB, developed Athletes Dream while working as a consultant recruiting Athletes in Australia, Asia, Europe, UK and the USA. Chief Energy Officer, Ash is also the Founder and President of The ADO, the first Global Athlete Eligibility Centre.
Chris Shee – Recruitment Director
Schooling in Switzerland and Australia, living in Montreal Canada. Represented SASI Basketball 99/00 against NCAA & European Teams. Over a decade experience securing Scholarships for Student Athletes. Unbelievable patience conversing with Coaches, Athletes and Parents. Chris plays a pivotal role and his expert guidance has helped generate over US$77.5m in four year scholarship value.
Nic Wishart – Operations Manager
Born in Utica New York and graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School 2008 having been accepted into the 5-Star, Sports Management Magnet program. Nic played Football & Lacrosse, attended Tallahassee Community College and is the epitome of passion & care in sports, volunteer through School at 3x Honda Classics, touring multiple professional sporting facilities and having been Youth Sports program coordinator with The Village of Royal Palm Beach for six years.
Michael Williams – National Talent Manager
2011 Cardinal Newman High School graduate in Palm Beach County. During Senior Year the CNHS dominated the State and managed to go undefeated, winning the Florida State Championship. Mike has worked across the Nation, has a deep understanding of the North American High School landscape and has graduated from Florida Atlantic University with his Degree in Finance.
Carter McMasters – Talent Scout
From Chattanooga Tennessee, HS Class ’08 of Grace Baptist Academy, Carter earned the Wendys Heisman Award, McDonald’s All-American nomination and was ranked by ESPN.com as the #34 ranked power forward in the HS Class of ’08. Top NCAA D1 program Liberty University won Carters services over several ACC and SEC Scholarship offers. Graduating in three years with his Degree in Sport Management, Carter played one year NCAA D2 with Palm Beach Atlantic University, while earning his Masters Degree.