Board of Directors
KENNETH FARROW, currently a member of the Los Angeles Chargers and University of Houston Alum, received his bachelors in Sociology in 2015 and is currently working towards getting his education degree and certifications to one day coach at the high school level. With 5 younger siblings naturally a passion has been in place for making sure the youth have a great example to look up to. With tons of community service in the city of Houston throughout his college career he wanted to make sure that continued. With the help of like-minded people and close friends like Don Povia and Trayveon Greenberry, he has been able to create the Grind With A Purpose Foundation that looks to help the youth and give back to the communities.
TRAYVEON GREENBERRY is a youth activist who has devoted hisself to inspire kids to live healthy purposeful lives. Greenberry received an athletic scholarship to attend Navarro College (2013-2015) where he received an Associates degree and is now working towards his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in Finance at the University of Houston Downtown. In his adolescent years Greenberry spent most of his free time volunteering/mentoring younger kids at the West Fresno Boys&Girls Club.
DON POVIA is recognized as a trailblazer and influencer in the sports digital space for his work to bridge the gap between traditional media and the social web. He created the first-of-its-kind new media sports conference series and community, and has worked with public relations and digital agencies to help develop and implement strategies for sports and lifestyle brands both on a national and global scale. In 2014 Don co-founded Transition Sports and Entertainment. Transition is a strategic agency that works with athletes, entertainers and brands, taking a digital-first approach to up-level their visibility beyond their primary market. Additionally, he serves as Director of Sports and Entertainment for VICE Media’s digital company, Carrot Creative where he oversees New York Yankees (creative, digital) and NASCAR (social) account teams.
Don earned a Masters of Arts degree in Political Management from The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts interdisciplinary degree in Political Science and History from Monmouth University, with a Minor in Policy Studies. He played football for Monmouth, and served as student liaison on the University’s Athletic Advisory Board.