Calling all football fans! Grab your snacks, get your game face on and join us on Wednesday, January 28th 9pm for #GoodMenChat
We’re getting you hyped for the 2015 Super Bowl on Sunday with a fun and interactive Twitter chat with our #GMPSports team. Come tell us about your favorite Super Bowl stories, predictions, recipes and more!
Get to know our #GMPSports team:
Michael Kasdan is a Lead Editor and the Senior Sports Editor for The Good Men Project. He is father of two who lives in Maplewood, NJ. Mike is an intellectual property lawyer by day, and in his spare time is Chair of CityScience, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving science and technology (STEM) education. Mike is passionate about entrepreneurship and technology, and has served as an advisor on strategic and legal issues to start-up companies throughout his career.
In the rest of his ever-shrinking spare time, he enjoys focusing his energies on projects and causes that impact the world and our society. Mike frequently speaks and writes on a variety of topics, including intellectual property, technology, business, social media, sports, and social justice, and spends entirely too much time on Facebook. He enjoys playing basketball, biking, fumbling around on the guitar, and an on-again-off-again relationship with running. Mike can be found (over)sharing and linking on a variety of topics @michaelkasdan.
Tor Constantino is a former journalist, best-selling author and current PR guy from Philadelphia with 25+ years experience as a professional writer. He’s been married (to the same woman) for nearly 20 years and they have three children. He writes regularly at his blog. You can connect with him on Twitter
Kimanzi Constable is a former bread delivery guy who self-published two books that have sold over 82,000 copies. He is a published author, speaker, and coach. You can usually find him writing in his home in Maui, Hawaii. He’s a sports and business editor for the Good Men Project. He’s a contributor for the Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Mind Body Green. His mission is to help men live life by their own design and create true freedom. You can connect with Kimanzi on his website and follow him on Twitter
Justin Ricklefs is a sales guy at heart, who loves the art of putting a good deal together. He has worked in college athletics, the front office of an NFL team, and enterprise technology companies. He and his wife, Brooke have five young children and are often asked in public, “are those ALL yours?”. They call Kansas City, MO home. Justin writes about how professionals can navigate the chaotic intersection of business, wellness, and home. You can connect with him on his website and follow him on Twitter.
Shiney Sparks is a woman who is into sports, especially Olympic Weightlifting and CrossFit. She is also passionate about fitness/sports for children. When she is not in the gym, she is busy creating play-based learning experiences for young children. She is currently based in Singapore, and she can’t live without her coffee. Follow her @ShineySparks
David Packman began quietly questioning his life path after many years as a global communications senior executive and founder of a multinational PR agency, The whisper became a roar in 2011 when he was diagnosed with a rare blood cancer. He shifted gears, simplified his existence, and now spends his time exploring and writing about mind, body and the environment. He is also an established sports writer specialising in tennis and Australian Rules Football. Follow him @Packman
Wai Sallas lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son. When he’s not persuading his son to be a lefty, he owns a gym specializing in child development. Wai’s articles have been featured on , Yahoo!, , and aol Sports. Follow him on Twitter at @DadDiary