Benefits of Membership:
- Real Estate Agents
- Financial Advisors
- Franchise Consultants
- Business Development Coaches
- Venture Capital and Angel Investments
As an SFAA member you will have international resources available to you, to help educate yourself, the athletes and their families when it comes to making critical financial decisions.
- Transition from High School to Collegiate to Pro
- Transition out of the game
- Student Athlete Education
- Collegiate Athlete Education
- Relocation issues
- Post Career Issues
Becoming an SFAA member allows you the opportunity to work towards a common goal of further developing and shaping the financial educational resources available for athletes. Our goal is to be available to all athletes at all stages of their careers and to be able to handle most any financial situation that occurs. If our members don’t have the answer, we are committed to helping athletes FIND the answer.
- Curriculum Development
- Parent Education
- Checklists and Warnings
The Just One Project is proud to announce the creation of a
Financial Literacy Program for Student Athletes
I believe in the SFAA’s vision to educate Athletes and their advisors. As a Member of the SFAA, Jonathan was able to develop the resources necessary to help me during my career and also help with my Post Career Planning.
Please JOIN and Support the SFAA in its continued efforts to assist financial advisors to atheletes as well as its goal to build financial literacy programs for Student and Professional Athletes.
I support them and so should you.
See what others say about the SFAA Conference
The 2017 SFAA Conference was a great experience. Since it was my first year, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Well, I am pleased to say that I was not disappointed. I found myself surrounded by likeminded individuals looking to increase their level of knowledge on how to help the professional athlete. The presenters were topical and qualified. As an advisor it was good to hear from other non-financial advisor professionals about their experiences and challenges working with the professional athlete. I made quite a few networking connections that will definitely help both my existing athlete client base and any new ones. I am looking forward to next year’s conference for sure!
Dr. Greg Bohall
It was an honor to have been selected to speak at the SFAA conference in 2016 and 2017 on the link between psychology and financial advising of athletes. This conference is diverse as it has professionals in business, financial advising, law, and representation from professional athletics. I was impressed at the support and desire of the audience wanting to know more about the link between psychology and financial advising. I endorse this conference for people who are in the financial advising industry.
John L. Dillingham
As a parent of a Professional Football Coach, I can agree that without question athletes at all levels, professional, college, and high school are in dire need of the educational opportunities that the SFAA can provide. The SFAA model focuses on those skills essential to allow athletes to navigate the many financial challenges daily life presents away from the playing field.
Many of the speakers provided crucial information essential to understanding how the business and financial world of professional athletes functions and the many challenges they face when they are suddenly thrust into a world where for the first time money appears to be no object. Sadly, however those years of immense wealth are fleeting for most athletes such that it is essential they understand how they can protect themselves and their families in the future when their playing days are over.
I believe SFAA is on the cutting edge of a program that can provide education and training to athletes of all ages and that the earlier those athletes are provided that education the more likely they will succeed in business and in life when their playing days are over. Congratulations to you and your team for an outstanding program and a job well done!
I had little-to-no expectations when I decided to travel from Fort Lauderdale to Phoenix to attend and speak at the Sports Financial Advisors Association annual meeting. I was thrilled to discover quality individuals and discussions at the event and believe I have made strong connections to work with in the future that I would not have otherwise forged. The casual, comfortable event is one that I would recommend not only to financial advisors, but many other professionals in the world of sport.