Back to Calendar

West Los Angeles Team Meeting

January 20, 2021 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm Zoom Video Conference Call
(Link Provided after RSVP)
Los Angeles, CA
United States
Google map and directions


JUSTIN GIMELSTOB is the President of FBR Group, where he leads an exceptional team with expertise in every facet of the insurance industry. FBR works with clients in order to best understand their specific needs and objectives. They then create a plan aligning them with the correlating financial products in order to maximize their assets while mitigating their risk. After achieving the #1 ranking in singles and doubles in tennis at UCLA, Justin turned professional in 1996. In 1998, he won the Australian Open and French Open Mixed Doubles Championships with Venus Williams. He represented the USA in the Davis Cup in 1998 and 2001. He also competed on the ATP Tour for thirteen years, winning 17 Doubles titles and achieving career high rankings of #63 in singles and #18 in doubles. Justin had wins against many of the best players in the sport, including Andre Agassi, Pat Rafter, Lleyton Hewitt, Gustavo Kuerten, and Michael Chang.

Justin retired in 2007 after losing his final match at the US OPEN against his good friend, Andy Roddick. He immediately transitioned to every facet of sports business, including broadcasting, production, talent representation and brand management. Since 2014, he has coached and mentored the number one ranked American tennis player, John Isner, helping him achieve a career-high world ranking of #8 and reaching the 2018 Wimbledon semifinal and 2018 US OPEN quarterfinal.


We look forward to seeing you there!

The AthletesTouch Team


Athletes Teaming Up In Business
Proudly Sponsored By

CJ Woods ·
Payum Payman Patrick Cowan Daniel Levi Matthew Pime Lee Dresie Greg Labanowski Manny Medrano Willis Allen Chad Eichten Gene Heino Jeff Krieger C.J. Woods Kent Seton chip humphries justin gimelstob Brian Horne Brandon Harris Lindsey Ingram Sara Utsugi Michael Hardin Teddy Goetz J.R. Tolver

Will you attend?