Kenny Hansmire

Kenny HansmireKenny Hansmire currently serves as the Executive Director of the AFCA/FBI National Child Identification Program (NCIDP). Since its inception in 1997, there have been over 16 million ID kits distributed across the United States making it the largest program of its kind. NCIDP is partnered with the National Sheriff's Association and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In January of 2007, the program, along with the FBI, launched the largest faith-based initiative for child safety in U. S. history.

Kenny is the former chairman of the Hula Bowl and current chairman of the Texas vs. the Nation All-Star Game.

Hansmire is a native of San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Howard Payne University and played wide receiver for the Division II School. He went on to play with the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and the USFL San Antonio Gunslingers in the mid-1980's.

He currently resides in Comanche, Texas with his wife, Jennifer, and his two daughters, Kailee and Kelsie.

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