Clayton Frech, is a disability advocate, social entrepreneur, and frequent speaker on the intersection of disability, sport and human rights. He is the CEO and Founder of Angel City Sports, a fast-growing adaptive sports organization based in Los Angeles that will host over 100 programming days and impact 1,000 athletes in 2020.
Clayton recently started Ampla Partners, an employment agency for people with physical disabilities. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Adaptive Sports USA. His inspiration is his 14 year-old son, Ezra, who in 2019 made the U.S. Paralympic T&F team and was the youngest athlete to compete at the World Championships. Clayton holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson School and a BA in Economics from UC Santa Barbara.