The first time I ever saw Kavi was when he came to orientation for Accenture. He was about an hour late due to “traffic” and freaking out. He could not get over being late, but I’m glad he was because It was the icebreaker that connected our group of analysts that started together. By the end of orientation in St. Charles/Chicago, which was 4 weeks later, Kavi was one of my closest friends. We loved comedy, movies, our siblings, and drinking. I was his wing woman, he was my protector. He made me feel safe and always looked out for me.

Toots Kay

Kavi was an intelligent and witty guy. Though I don’t recall witnessing his dance moves, I hear that he seriously knew how to “cut a rug.”

Divalicious Danni