Super Bowl 58 Radio Row: Tina Hunter-Greene/Kenny Greene

Join us on Radio Row as Sports Philanthropy Network President Roy Kessel and Vice President Kayla Bradham sit down Tina Hunter-Greene and Kenny Greene to discuss making people comfortable talking about human trafficking, and how close to home it can be.

Tina Hunter-Greene/Kenny Greene

Tina’s Biggest passion is giving back and working with charities, Contributing in the Polo Classic in the Tampa area with six other professionals and money goes back to charities. 

Tina Came from an entrepreneurial family but the most important thing to her has always been giving back.  

Kenny From Washington and a graduate of Washington State, volunteered at a high school and went on to coach college football after his schooling.

Tina Hunter-Greene and Kenny Greene try Bringing the two together, combining athletics, celebrities, and non-profit executives.

Together they create a collaborative mindset to create social impact.

The couple mentions working with the John Walsh Foundation as one of their favorite charities.


The Adam Walsh Outreach Center

About The Adam Walsh Outreach Center

Six-year-old Adam Walsh vanished from a Florida shopping mall and was tragically discovered murdered. In the wake of Adam’s disappearance, his parents, John and Revé Walsh, sought assistance from law enforcement to locate their son. However, they were dismayed to find no cohesive response or coordinated effort in the search.

An example of the awareness John Walsh created: Help us raise awareness for missing children’s issues by taking on the #RockOneSock Challenge. Post a “footsie” to social media with hashtag #RockOneSock and challenge your friends to do the same. You can always make a donation as well. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is a nonprofit and donation allow us to do what we do best, help recover missing children.


Bry Warner

Bry Warner

Sports Philanthropy Network

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