|Full Name, Name||Atiim Kiambu Hakeem Ah “Tiki Barber”|
|Age, Born||She is 38 years old, she was born on April 7, 1975 in Blacksburg, Virginia|
|Net Worth||$ 14 Million|
|Endorsements||Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and General Motors Cadillac, TV commercial|
|Source of Wealth||Football NFL|
|Achievements||College honors include: Cave Spring “Knight” Award for academic, athletic and extracurricular activities at the University of Virginia; Ben Wilson Award, University of Virginia, 1995; Eastern College Athletic Conference Division 1-A Player of the Year, 1995.Professional honors include: voted New York Giants’ Most Valuable Player, 2000, 2002, 2004; named NFL Player of the Year, Sports Illustrated , 2005; selected as first team All-Pro, Associated Press, 2005; named First Team All-Pro by Pro Football Weekly , 2005 etc.|
|Family||Tiki married to Ginny Cha, they have 2 sons they are A.j Atiim Kiambu Junior and Chason. But they were divorced.|
Atiim Kiambu Hakeem Ah we called him Tiki Barber who is a sport broadcaster, author and professional ex-football player in the National Football League (NFL). In 2007 to 2008 Tiki also launched his books there are My Life and the Game Beyond, and Tiki Barber’s Pure Hard Work out. In 2012 noted that, he has net worth approximately $ 14 Million. Media reported that, NBC paid Tiki more than $ 300,000 per year. His net worth through his career for the New York Giants, NBC Sports as a broadcaster of NBC, and entertainment events for NBC Universal since 1997 until retired. In this case, after Tiki retired he has $ 4.650 per year.
As we know that, after Tike has retired from football world he continue his career in media that he gather his income between $ 2.5 and $ 3 Million. Tiki reported that he had an affair with an internship of NBC so, his wife filed for divorced and he cannot pay his divorce. Besides that, Tiki and his girlfriend are support some new charity organization there are The Opportunity League, Children’s Cancer & Blood Foundation and National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc that are focused on children, health, physical & mental challenges, cancer, sport, and AIDS & HIV.