Don Yee, Founder

Don Yee


Donald Yee is managing principal and founder of Yee & Dubin Sports LLC, one of the country's leading boutique sports management firms. Over the course of a distinguished 32 year career, Yee has represented many of the country's most accomplished football players and coaches, as well as athletes from a wide range of Olympic and action sports. Yee's clients have included some of the NFL's greatest players, including New England Patriots Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady, and one of the NFL's pre-eminent coaches, New Orleans Saints Super Bowl champion Head Coach Sean Payton.

Jamie Hemann, CEO

Jamie Hemann


Jamie Hemann is an established 19-year veteran in the sports and media business industry known as an innovative corporate and operational strategist skilled in aligning and executing successful strategy with anticipated changes in the sports, entertainment, media and technology landscape. Hemann joins HUB and brings his entrepreneurial and operational experience as the CEO of the start-up professional development football league, Pacific Pro Football.

John Chung, CFO

John Chung


John Chung is the CEO and founder of Vita Asset Management, LLC. He has more than twenty years of institutional investment and advisory experience. Prior to forming Vita Asset Management, he served as a Director of Portfolio Risk Manager team at New York Life Investment Management where he monitored and evaluated projects across multiple industries including business services, consumer & retail, financial institution and technology. Previously, he was a Senior Analyst at the High Net Worth Group, where he managed international equities portfolios and vetted acquisition targets involving both public and privately held companies.

Tom Goodhines, Senior Vice-President of Football Operations

Tom Goodhines

Senior Vice-President of Football Operations

Prior to returning to the League Office, Tom spent the previous five and a half years as General Manager of the Philadelphia Soul (2010-2015). A three-time finalist for the AFL's Executive of the Year in 2012-13 and 2015, Goodhines was the architect of the Soul's one-year turnaround from 6-12 to 17-4 American Conference Championship season in 2012 and a 14-7 American Conference Championship in 2013. During his tenure with the Soul, the team was 62-37 (.626 winning percentage). He also oversaw a staff that earned ''Support Staff of the Year'', Medical Staff of the Year and Equipment Manager of the Year in 2013. This was the third time in his career (including twice with Utah) that Goodhines has been a part of these league honors.