CHRIS BROUSSARD BIO
Chris is down-to-earth and REAL! Audiences believe in him and trust that he has their success and welfare in mind at all times. Chris knows that people want, expect and deserve their speaker to be a REAL person, sharing REAL solutions that can help them achieve REAL results.
Chris is an internationally-known sports analyst and commentator for the FOX Sports 1 television network and FOX Sports Radio. He has shared the screen with some of the NBA’s legendary figures, including Magic Johnson, with whom he co-starred on ESPN’s “NBA Countdown Show” in 2012. Nowadays, he can be seen regularly on FS1’s “Undisputed,’’ “The Herd,’’ “First Things First,’’ and “Lock It In.” He also serves as co-host, along with Rob Parker, of one of the country’s most popular daily national radio shows, “The Odd Couple.” Before joining FOX Sports in the Fall of 2016, Chris worked for 12 years as an NBA analyst and reporter at ESPN, ESPN The Magazine, and ESPN.com. Chris’ achievements led to his being named one of the 100 Black History Makers of 2012 by Thegrio.com, the African-American news arm of MSNBC. Chris wrote for The New York Times from 1998-2004 and graduated from Oberlin College with a Bachelor’s Degree in English in 1990.
Chris is the Founder and President of a National Christian Men’s organization called The K.I.N.G. Movement. K.I.N.G. stands for Knowledge, Inspiration and Nurture through God, and seeks to help boys and men reach their God-given potential in every realm of life. He has also been a spokesperson for Allan Houston’s “Father Knows Best” program and is currently a Board member of Athletes in Action. Chris is a frequent speaker at colleges, high schools, charitable fundraisers, youth-related events, and churches, having addressed congregations as varied as Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal, Charismatic, Catholic and Congregational. He has also taught seminars on the Biblical heritage of African people.
Chris has twin daughters who are both recent college graduates and lives with his wife of over 25 years in New Jersey.