Join us on Radio Row as Sports Philanthropy Network Founder Roy Kessel and Executive Vice President Kayla Bradham sit down with Sports Lawyer Bobby Hacker to talk about his involvement in sports. 

Bobby Hacker is a Sports Lawyer who has worked for Fox Sports and is the immediate past president of the Sports Lawyers Association. During the interview, Bobby talks about SLA and the job they do in supporting youth sports and giving back to underserved communities. Bobby also discusses working as a part of Fox Sports Supports and how the organization operates. He also discusses the process of how Fox Sports Supports chooses which organizations to support. Bobby also talks about how it is important to give back and use sports to help children in underserved communities. He mentions his involvement in youth sports and educating parents about youth sports. Bobby has been involved in youth sports for a long time and uses sports to give back to at-risk kids and underserved communities. Bobby also goes into depth educating us on CTE, concussions, and head injuries through sports, especially football. Bobby grew up playing rugby and is well educated about CTE. Bobby also shares his experiences playing rugby and shares what influences his sports philanthropy goals. Bobby also talks about his career as a sports lawyer and the numerous other opportunities in sports. He also mentions the importance of Title IX and women in sport. Overall, Bobby Hacker discusses the importance of sports philanthropy and giving back to the community through sports.

Bobby Hacker joins Roy Kessel and Kayla Bradham on Radio Row 

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John Elizalde

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