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Bryan Carlson, Jon Tush join Beat the Streets' Board of Directors

Tush is part of the Hunter College Athletic Hall of Fame and National Wrestling Hall of Fame New York downstate chapter.

Beat the Streets Wrestling, Inc. is proud to announce Bryan Carlson and Jon Tush as the newest members of its Board of Directors.

Carlson is a seasoned finance professional with more than 20 years of investing experience as an analyst and portfolio manager at UBS Investment Bank. He is currently the equity portfolio manager at a global family office. Before his finance career, Carlson was a teacher and regional manager in Tokyo. Carlson received an honors business administration degree at the University of Western Ontario and a master's in business administration at the Columbia Business School. He is also the Board President of the Co-op, where he resides in Manhattan.

Tush is a former Vice President of a worldwide medical device company. He was a two-time state prep and parochial champion at McBurney High School in New York City. Tush was a two-year captain, national qualifier, and academic all-American at Hunter College, where he also received a bachelor's of arts in communications.

After college, Tush continued his wrestling career with the New York Athletic Club as a freestyle team member. Tush won the U.S. Open Veterans tournament as well as gold and bronze medals at the Veteran World Championships. He is a past NYAC Wrestling Club President and sits on the NYAC Wrestling Committee. He was inducted into the Hunter College Athletic Hall of Fame and National Wrestling Hall of Fame New York downstate chapter.

The BTS Board of Directors is dedicated to supporting the organization's operations and programs, which provide opportunities - on and off the wrestling mat - for urban youth across New York City's five boroughs.

Since being founded in 2005, Beat the Streets has pioneered a movement that now includes 150 individual wrestling programs, a youth league and the first girls high school league.

BTS works to develop the full human and athletic potential of New York City urban youth and strengthen the city's wrestling culture. We aim to make a lifelong impact on student-athletes through the lessons learned on the wrestling mat -- discipline, perseverance, self-reliance, humility and a strong work ethic. Discover how you can make a meaningful contribution to our work at



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