Todd Delano is a founding member and serves as Executive Chairman of Delano Media Group (DMG). He is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of sustained success across multiple industries.

Prior to founding DMG, Todd founded ServRx, Inc., a financial technology firm within the healthcare sector. Under his leadership, ServRx was recognized by Inc. 500 as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States, achieving a three-year growth rate of 1,929%. To date, ServRx is under contract with 1 in 5 pharmacies in the United States, and is quickly approaching 1 billion dollars in prescriptions claims processed within the Workers’ Compensation pharmacy niche market.

Delano Media Group is poised to achieve similar success within the live events and experiences market. The recent 10-year college basketball series agreement with the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame serves as evidence of the direction DMG is heading.

Todd and his Wife, Carolyn, have three sons: Vincent, Tyson, and Sean. He and Carolyn have a track record of servant leadership with deep roots in community sports and philanthropy. They have invested countless hours of volunteer work. Through the DREAM Foundation, Carolyn and Todd have been financially responsible for over one hundred HBCU students gaining valuable professional access and mentorship within some of the most elevated sporting events in the United States.

As the President of Delano Media Group, King oversees the general course of all the brands under the DMG umbrella as well as managing the company’s Executive team. His daily priorities are primarily building and selling DMG owned and operated events.

King brings a wealth of basketball experience to DMG, having started as a high school coach and teacher before leading Clovis High School (NM) to a state final and semifinal appearance. While serving as a coach, King worked with USA Basketball, where he served on the support staff for the Junior National Team, spoke at various USAB coaching clinics, and was a lead coach at USAB’s inaugural Gold Camp. Additionally, King played a pivotal role in collaborating with the NBA to write the first version of the Jr. NBA/USAB youth guidelines – the standard procedures for youth basketball in the United States. King left coaching to help develop a youth program in Phoenix called CCV Stars, where he oversaw more than 300 coaches and 9,000 athletes.

Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, King played Division I basketball at the University of New Mexico and holds a master’s degree from Wayland Baptist University. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Arizona Basketball Coaches Association and holds a position on the Executive Board of the National High School Basketball Coaches Association, where he coordinates all the June Scholastic Events within the NHSBCA network. Outside of his professional pursuits, King enjoys spending time with his wife Michelle and their two daughters, Mikayla and Madison.