Tiki Barber is the co-host of Tiki and Tierney on WFAN, alongside Brandon Tierney, weekdays 10AM-2PM ET. Barber graduated from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce (Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society), with a concentration in Management Information Systems in 1997. At UVA, Barber excelled both academically and athletically on the football field. In 1996 he was named the ACC Player of the Year. Read More >
After leaving Charlottesville, he launched a 10-year NFL career with the New York Giants, retiring in 2007 as the Giants all-time leading rusher and all-purpose yardage leader. In 2010, he was inducted into the New York Giants Inaugural Ring of Honor class. In January 2011, he was enshrined into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
Barber is a board member of KultureCity - a non-profit focused on creating acceptance and inclusion for individuals, and their families, with autism and other sensory processing disorders. He is consistently involved with his alma mater, and is on the Emeritus Board of Managers of the University of Virginia Alumni Association, as well as Larry Sabado’s Center for Politics Board of Advisors.
Barber also is an entrepreneur, co-founding Julius, Inc & Thuzio, Inc. Julius is a SaaS marketing tool for influencer search and procurement. Thuzio, an event and content creation company, produces Live Sports Storytelling - conversations with legends in sports. In addition, he is a founding member of Grove Group Management, a lifestyle branding and investment company focusing in the emerging cannabis marketplace.
Barber and his twin brother Ronde are co-authors of three successful children’s books and eight young-adult novels. In 2007, he released a memoir of his playing days called, Tiki: My Life in the Game and Beyond. Read Less ^