Kenny Kahn is an English teacher and football coach at El Cerrito High School. He received a bachelor's degree in literature, creative writing and poetry and a master's of education from UC Santa Cruz. He grew up in Richmond, the son of a Jewish mother and black father, played football at El Cerrito High, and returned to El Cerrito and in 2008 become the youngest head coach in school history. In 2012, Kahn received the third Jewish Sports Hall of Fame of Northern California's Award for contribution to the local sports scene. Kahn was drawn to the message and mission of Be'chol Lashon, and has been involved since its founding. Kahn moves seamlessly between his black and Jewish worlds, and is exceptional in relating to young Jews navigating their multiple identities.