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Anthony Fasano

President // APN Athletics

Anthony Fasano serves as the President of APN Athletics, a position he accepted following his experience as founder and managing partner of Next Chapter Treatment – a high-end, all-male trauma and addiction treatment center on the Florida coast. He is deeply passionate about empowering APN Athletics clients to become the best possible version of themselves and is determined to change the way the world views behavioral health, especially among athletes.


A New Jersey native, Anthony graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Business Marketing before being drafted in the 2nd round of the 2006 NFL draft. After playing 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Tennessee Titans, and Miami Dolphins, Anthony retired to focus on his other passions.

Like many of us, Anthony knows firsthand the crippling effects of addiction on a family. After marveling at the ability of quality treatment to save someone’s life and put them on a path to success, Anthony was inspired to found Next Chapter.

In 2008, he started the Anthony Fasano Foundation, which aims to help military families and less fortunate children in his home state of New Jersey. Anthony enjoys time with his wife Cary, daughter Florence, son Frankie, baby #3 coming in September, and dog Ace.

Aaron Voros

Managing Director // APN Athletics

Aaron Voros is a former NHL player and investor who brings his business acumen and personal experiences to the APN Athletics team as Managing Director. After overcoming his own substance abuse issues, Aaron devoted himself to guiding current and retired athletes. His vision for APN Athletics has blossomed into multiple programs for professional athletes at all stages of their careers. Aaron continues to guide programming to serve best every athlete working with APN.


Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Aaron was drafted into the NHL straight out of high school by the New Jersey Devils in 2001. Over the course of 10 seasons, he played for the New Jersey Devils, the Minnesota Wild, the Anaheim Ducks, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the New York Rangers organizations.

A well-respected player and advocate for his teammates, Aaron was the Team representative for the National Hockey League Players Association for both the Ducks and the Rangers, where he served as a liaison between the players and the owners, doctors, and players’ association. However, beset by injuries and concussion concerns towards the end of his career, Aaron began to self-medicate and developed a substance abuse problem.

After leaving the league in 2010, Aaron began reflecting upon his own addictions and behaviors. With the help of friends, colleagues, and effective residential treatment, Aaron successfully conquered his substance abuse issues. His’s professional life recovered as well, and he has since built a second career in business by investing, as President of Power Play Capital from 2014-2017 and an Advisor to the Board of Trigger Media.

However, Aaron’s heart was increasingly pulled to the needs of others who are struggling with addiction. After extensive volunteering and investigation into the addiction field, Aaron joined APN Capital in 2017. In doing so, he further focused his investment activities and professional interests in addiction treatment, behavioral health, wellness, and athletics. APN Athletics is the next step in his wide vision for the care of professional athletes everywhere.

Jane Marie Reiffe

President of Strategy & Partnerships // APN Athletics

Jane Marie Reiffe works to forge APN Athletics partnerships with professional leagues, teams, player associations, and athlete representatives as well as collegiate governing bodies and universities to bring meaningful mental health, addiction treatment, injury management, and integrated wellness programs to the athletic community. In partnership with clients and APN’s expert clinical staff, she works to create custom programs for athletes and teams. Jane Marie has made it her mission to ensure that all athletes receive the comprehensive and ongoing care they need to achieve greatness in sport and beyond.


The relationships Jane Marie has built with the athletes, GMs, owners, and league executives in her network provided an in-depth understanding of the mental health and addiction issues across all professional sports leagues. She quickly realized that achieving peak performance on-the-field and finding purpose and success off-the-field are equally dependent on mental health as well as physical health.

Jane Marie brings over 15 years of business development and operations experience focused on sports, entertainment, and media. Most recently, as Director of Portfolio Development at RSE Ventures, Jane Marie focused on driving value across the portfolio by identifying opportunities for partnerships, client acquisition, and shared services.

She was involved in founding the Miami Dolphins Business Combine, a program designed to allow athletes to explore post-NFL career opportunities via connections with business leaders. Its success led Jane Marie to co-found the 2018 Pro Athlete Business Combine, bringing together 32 active NFL athletes from across the league to participate in a week-long program to develop new skills, pursue business interests, and connect with best-in-class business leaders to build an off-the-field network.



Athlete-oriented behavioral health, suspension programming, addiction treatment, elite training, unrivaled recreation, and so much more.