Athlete Career Transition is shining a spotlight on Brian Randolph today, celebrating the former NFL star as he moves forward in his career after sport.
Having transitioned from football with ACT, the US athlete is now a Pricing and Evaluations Analyst at asset management and research multinational, Alliance Bernstein (AB).
Hailing from Marietta, Georgia, Brian Randolph began playing football at Safety for the University of Tennessee in 2011.
He was made team captain in 2015 and would become the college’s all-time career games leader, registering 53 games, following his appearance in the Outback Bowl victory over Northwestern. A year later, Randolph signed for NFL side, Los Angeles Rams, where he saw out his footballing days.
Randolph holds a BSc in Business Management and an MA in Human Resources and Business Management, both awarded by the University of Tennessee.
Athlete Career Transition Co-Director, Andy Moore said:
“After his career in pro football, Brian now has the perfect opportunity to continue developing at the highest level in a supportive environment at AB.
“Brian is a very talented individual and we look forward to watching him thrive in his second occupation.”
Athlete Career Transition works alongside global organisations to successfully transition professional former athletes across all disciplines into the corporate domain.