Sanjeev Kuwadaker

Sanjeev Kuwadekar is an award-winning serial entrepreneur with software engineering background. Sanjeev is the CEO of Infogen Labs, software services organization with offices in Los Angeles, Netherlands and India.

During his 35 years of software engineering career, Sanjeev has started and managed 3 software ventures with backing from prominent Venture Capital companies such as Softbank and Intel. Sanjeev has served in various executive roles at Microsoft and is a recipient of over 25 patents in software engineering.


David Grant

David Grant is a successful entrepreneur with over two decades of startup and executive leadership experience.

After honing his enterprise skills at Fortune 100 companies, David created and ran several Startup companies in Healthcare, eCommerce, Digital Advertising, Telecom, and FinTech which were acquired in whole or in part by industry-leading corporations.

David has authored many patents that have been purchased by well-known companies and are the basis for products and services we use in our everyday lives. He is recognized as one of the nation’s top CTOs and has served as board member/advisor to numerous tech, healthcare and SaaS companies.

Professionally, David enjoys solving problems, innovation and mentoring talented people.

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson is a nationally recognized investment company executive and licensed fiduciary.  Based in Los Angeles, California, he is Executive Vice President of Finestone Partners, an Independent Registered Investment Advisor. In a career spanning more than 35 years, Mike has managed over $3 billion in client assets, advised over 25,000 clients to and/or through retirement, and managed assets in the highest tier of American business, the Fortune 100. He has served as a board director and executive officer for organizations on both the regional and national levels. As a two-time graduate of UCLA, Mike is engaged in alumni leadership, university governance, and campus-wide philanthropy.  In 2017, he was nominated and elected as a life member of the UCLA Order of the Golden Bruin by his peers for exemplary service to the University.

Mark Alyn

Mark Alyn is an award-winning host and producer. His mom always thought he should be a doctor. While he never became a doctor, he has interviewed many of them. And now with Late Night Health, he’ll explore a wide variety of health and medical topics.

During the last 20 plus years Mark has been a television host, reporter and producer. Hosting a reality show, a live game show and movie trivia program and interviewing thousands of people has kept him busy. From high tech to careers, politics to travel, food to authors, Mark has presented shows a wide variety of topics.
In addition to radio, Mark produces (and hosts) web videos and infomercials.


Ian Peters

What can be said of Ian that hasn’t already been said. Still, “Water off a duck’s back” as they say. A jack-of-all-trades with a penchant for being a technical problem solver.


Darrell Wayne

Darrell Wayne’s broadcasting career spans three decades. He’s been a disc jockey, production manager, program director, and station owner. He was the program director at KROQ in Los Angeles for 6 years. On air, Darrell is known as “The Insane Darrell Wayne.”

He’s the technical producer of Late Night Health, handling all the production and engineering duties needed to get the show recorded and sent to the various stations that carry the show. He’s also a reporter, conducting interviews in the field.

Darrell provides engineering and producer services to podcast content hosted on the network.