Eric Chenowith

Eric Chenowith joins Parq Advisors after eight years as a professional basketball player and an additional three years of coaching and teaching at his alma mater, Villa Park High School. As a high school basketball player, he was selected to the McDonald's All-American Team in 1997. He played collegiately for University of Kansas, and was drafted by the New York Knicks in the 2nd round (42nd overall pick) of the 2001 NBA Draft. Eric’s career spans eight years playing with eight different NBA organizations, D-League Teams and International clubs allowing him to develop a multitude of relationships in the sports and entertainment industries.

Eric is a registered supporter and sponsor of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) National Association for Athletic Compliance (NAAC). Eric works directly with university athletic directors at most all College Football Playoff (CFP) institutions for their student-athlete disability insurance needs. Eric primarily specializes in Professional and Student-Athlete Sports Disability Insurance all the while providing sound life insurance guidance for athletes, entertainers and affluent individuals.

Currently, Eric is a member of the Board Development Task Force at the Orange County Ronald McDonald House in Orange, California, where he is a key influence on identifying and appointing leaders in the Orange County business community to the Board of Directors for the home. Eric is also an avid participant and speaker at the Newport Beach Sports Museum, mentoring children and educating them on the dangers of drugs and alcohol.

Be sure to look out for Eric is an occasional guest on ESPN. He's been featured for sports topics on The Russillo and Kanell Show along with Outside The Lines with Bob Ley. Eric also served as a featured guest on NBATV with Rick Kamla discussing various NBA and NBA D-League Personal.

Eric lives in Corona del Mar with his wife Bethany and French Bulldog, Sophie where he enjoys spin, surfing, golf, playing the drums and mountain biking.