As the first Indian-American broadcaster to host on a national sports network, Kevin Negandhi is a “trailblazer”. Growing up in an immigrant household in the Philadelphia suburbs, Kevin learned how to build trust going into a nontraditional career. His passion for sports and immense sports knowledge can be heard in every word especially with his long career at ESPN. Recently he just signed another multi-year contract with the network, saying, “Though seasons change, there is no down time in sports. It’s a 7-day a week, 12-months a year job and everyday is a challenge.” His philanthropy work is centered around the motto, “To whom much is given, much is expected.” His social good involves giving back to India’s school children especially girls. “Education is the key to freedom,” Kevin says so his social good work revolves around nonprofit organizations like Magic Bus and others. You want to listen to this relevant podcast especially as he talks about giving an equal chance to the girls in India.