Shane Foley has worked in the real estate and financial markets for the past fifteen years. A Southern California native, Shane has roots in both Los Angeles and Orange Counties.
Shane received his BA in Political Science and Communications from USC in 1991. Currently a Vice President with Wells Fargo Private Bank in Pasadena, Shane handles a broad range of financial solutions for a wide spectrum of high net worth clients. Over the past twenty years, he has built considerable expertise in all aspects of financial services with positions at companies such as GE Capital, Colliers International, and Access Capital. At The Private Bank, Shane focuses on building, managing, protecting, and transitioning wealth for select individuals, families, businesses, and foundations in the areas of investments, banking and liability management, risk management, and trust and fiduciary services.
Shane serves on the Executive Board for A Better LA, Board of Councilors for the USC Dornsife College of Letter, Arts, and Sciences, USC Alumni Association Board of Governors, Trojan Board of Directors, as well as committees for Augie’s Quest for ALS research, Cedars Sinai Sports Spectacular, Kure It for Kidney Cancer research, and the Trojan Club of Orange County Advisory Council. He is a Life Loyal Sigma Chi, and is a proud member of the Trojan Football Alumni Club, and Cardinal & Gold.
In 2009, Shane started writing “The Foley Report” because of his love for college football and USC. Initially, he wrote for some friends and clients who were also college football fans. It has since expanded and he does analyst work for Fox Radio and has written articles for Rivals and USC Football.com. Shane offers his unique observations and perspective as a former player and student of the game. He is also a frequent speaker for different Trojan Clubs and other groups in the college football world.
Recruited out of Newport Harbor High School where he set the record in Orange County for career passing yards upon graduation with over 5,300 yards in two seasons, Shane was recruited to play Quarterback at the University of Southern California. Shane played from 1986-1990 when the Trojans won three consecutive PAC-10 Championships and played in three Rose Bowl games. In 1990, Shane received the ABC Player of the Game vs. Arizona State, Player of the Game vs. Oregon State, USC Offensive Champion Award – for Leadership, Team Commitment, and Dedication, and the John Wayne Memorial Post Graduate Scholarship for the senior with the highest G.P.A.
Shane currently resides in La Canada Flintridge with his wife Farrell and sons Connor, and Quinn.