Eddie Kim // Ep 74 // Korean-American Division I Student-Athlete Now Pro Sports Agent

Welcome to Episode 74 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Eddie Kim on this week's episode.

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Growing up as a student-athlete, Eddie received a Division I swim scholarship to the United States Military Academy. He ultimately received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Southern California while also completing USC’s Army ROTC program. Upon graduation, Eddie was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the California Army National Guard, serving as a Human Resources Officer. He finished serving in the rank of Captain in the US Army Reserve as a Career Management Officer.

Eddie has spent several years as a high school head swim coach, founder of USA Swimming non-profit program, and as a US Army officer. During this time he decided to continue his education, enrolling in graduate school at Central Michigan University. Eddie graduated in May 2019 where he received a Master’s degree in Administration in Leadership and Organizational Development. In March 2020, Eddie became a certified WNBPA agent for the WNBA, a FIBA Basketball agent, and a Major League Soccer agent.

Eddie founded Big Game Management Inc., in 2018.  Since starting his own agency, Eddie has worked with various recording artists ranging from local rappers to Korean Pop and Hip-Hop stars, models, radio stations, Olympic Sports athletes and various film projects and owning his own apparel line. His commitment to excellence has put him in position to represent, guide and mentor artists, entertainers and athletes as they follow their dreams.

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