Mr. Gregory "Bo" Kimble
Gregory “Bo” Kimble has a Degree in Communications from Loyola Marymount University. Mr. Kimble has been a well-known personality since his college days at Loyola Marymount where he led the nation in scoring and played alongside the late Wilson “Hank” Gathers. Bo later went on to have an NBA career as a lottery pick for the Los Angeles Clippers and New York Knicks.
After Mr. Kimble retired from the NBA he served as a board member for the retired NBA Players Association; because of his accomplishments on the court and positive role model for youth – on July 17, 1990, Los Angeles County declared it to be “Bo Kimble Day”.
Later on, he starred in the 1991 movie “Heaven is a Playground” as fictional high school student Matthew Lockhart. Mr. Kimble founded the 44 For Life Foundation in honor of his friend Hank Gathers. 44 For Life is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing cardiac-related fatalities.
Mr. Kimble has a very personable persona; along with, the flexibility to interact with ease in various professional environments and has relationships with many potential investors.