One of the 1st Chinese Americans to anchor at a national sports network, Cary Chow is an award-winning storyteller and multi-platform content creator. A broadcast journalism veteran of nearly two decades, the former SportsCenter host’s acclaimed TV work includes ESPN, MSNBC, Fox Sports San Diego, and local TV stations in Los Angeles, Washington DC, San Diego, Mobile, AL, and Casper, WY. At ESPN, he helped launch the first national sports network podcast hosted exclusively by Asian Americans.

In addition to anchoring and hosting, Chow is an award-winning writer whose work has been featured in the Washington Post and The Undefeated (now called “Andscape”). He’s interviewed CEOs, government leaders and celebrities; and covered everything from Super Bowls to presidential elections to the Academy Awards. A passionate advocate for underrepresented groups, he’s a recognized Diversity, Equity and Inclusion consultant, who speaks to Fortune 500 companies, universities and national organizations on topics ranging from media representation, to career transitions, to corporate storytelling. He currently lives outside Washington DC, where he was named “#1 Dad” on a pair of socks from his wife, 2 kids and mini-poodle, Wall-E.

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