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We are a Christian men's podcast, leading you to your best version. We discuss Manhood, Masculinity, Purity, Discipleship, Fatherhood, Marriage, and being a Man.  

Feb 23, 2018

Kai Munshi is a Security Manager for a Federal Agency based in Georgia.  

Federal Law Enforcement for 16 years previously serving with:

  • S. Department of Justice – Office of Inspector General in Washington, D.C. as a Special Agent
  • S. Secret Service as a Special Agent in Denver Field Office and later with the Counter Assault Team in Washington, D.C.

Prior to becoming a Special Agent, served for 8 years as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps (peacetime service -- no combat deployments) with:

  • 3rd Marine Division in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii
  • Marine Corps Ground Defense Security Forces in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
  • Marine Corps Combat Development Command in Quantico, Virginia


My proudest professional accomplishment is earning the title of a U.S. Marine and serving as an infantry officer.   My experience as a Marine instilled a set of values, physical and mental fortitude, and drive to succeed that define my work ethic.  That experience early in my adult life also helped me become extremely adaptable to change.  I embrace change and love it.   

Personally (and most importantly), I absolutely adore and am very proud of my wife and daughters.  They are kind, loyal, funny, and inspire me to be a better man. 

I am very passionate about the concept of authentic leadership.  There are a lot of different definitions of an authentic leader but mine would be an individual who is self-aware of their strengths and weakness, leads with integrity, has purpose, puts others above themselves, and doesn’t pretend to be something they are not.  The world is seriously lacking in these types of individuals. 

My mission at the present time is to develop into a truly authentic leader – a man who leads with the same conviction at home that he does at work.   If I am being consistent and truly genuine in all my interactions, my friends and family should see me in the same light as my co-workers, subordinates, and superiors.