Teague Egan (born July 6, 1988) is an American businessman, entrepreneur, investor, inventor, and philanthropist. He is the managing partner at Innovation Factory, founder at TEAGUE Design, and formerly the founder and CEO of 1st Round Enterprises, a sports technology firm, and a record label. At age 21, the label released Sammy Adams debut album Boston’s Boy, which reached #1 on the iTunes charts. Shortly after, at age 22, Egan became youngest ever NFL agent. He no longer holds agent status.
Philanthropy is also an important part of Egan’s life. Most of his philanthropic efforts are associated with The Kindness Project, which he founded in 2016. He is also the co-founder of Dance For Paralysis, and The Reality Ride Challenge, which are part of the Thomas E. Smith Foundation.
After graduating with a degree in business entrepreneurship at USC, Egan went on to completed the Executive Program in exponential technology at Singularity University which includes artificial intelligence, synthetic biology, and nanotechnology.