Founder & CEO
Brian Sewell is Founder and CEO of The American Bitcoin Academy, the thought leader in cryptocurrency education. Mr. Sewell is a serial entrepreneur who has owned several companies in the technology, energy and manufacturing industries. Mr. Sewell is also a former executive with World Savings & Loan, a Fortune 500 company that was purchased by Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC). His passion for entrepreneurship and learning from the best leaders in the world also led him to host of the internationally acclaimed entrepreneurial radio broadcast, “The Brian Sewell Show.” He has previously managed more than $1.1 Billion in assets and is recognized for his fiscal, strategic, and operational vision and leadership. Mr. Sewell received his education from Dixie University, Johns Hopkins University and Stanford.
Product Development Director
Mr. Tony Beatty is currently the Product Development Director for The American Bitcoin Academy, the thought leader in cryptocurrency education. Mr. Beatty mastered the art of selling and became the #1 sales agent nationwide in the piano sales industry. Music Inc. Magazine named Mr. Beatty the “Million Dollar Closer.” He also created the YouTube channel The Piano Guys, which has received more than 1 Billion views and the artists have become one of the Top 20 most requested acts in the world. Mr. Beatty is also President of Desert Cinema and received his education from Dixie University.
Mr. Alvarez is currently the Marketing Director for the American Bitcoin Academy, the global thought leader in cryptocurrency education. He was also Co-Founder & CEO of Yellow Pages Directories mobile apps, a leader in local search and advertising with over 10 million local monthly users. He also founded SeccionAmarilla.com, which sold to TELMEX (NYSE: TMX). He was also Marketing Director for Alianza’s GetFon division, which sold to AT&T (NYSE:ATT). His prior work experience also includes top Fortune 500 companies like eBay, Omniture/Adobe & MyFamily.com/Ancestry.com. Mr. Alvarez has a Bachelor’s in Communications from Brigham Young University.