Kevin D. Tyson
Kevin D. Tyson spent the early years of his life in his hometown of Enterprise, Alabama where he learned the work ethic and passion needed to be successful in life. He credits all of his success first to, his personal lord and savior, Jesus Christ, and secondly to his mother Ms. Carolyn Tyson. Ms. Tyson has been an educator for over 33 years. He’s honored and blessed to have such a wonderful role model in his life. Mr. Tyson has three siblings: Marcus, Chris, and his twin sister, Kesley.
Mr. Tyson graduated from Howard University in December 2007 with a BS in Human Performance with a minor in Secondary Education. While at Howard University, he served as President of the Health, Human Performance, and Leisure Studies Department and the Howard University Representative for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee for the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference. Mr. Tyson was a full football scholarship recipient; he was a four year letterman and three year starter on the Howard University Football team. Mr. Tyson is also a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he attended Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA where he received his M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with an endorsement in Administration and Supervision in December 2010. Mr. Tyson is also a proud member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro, MD.
Kevin currently works for the Loudoun County Public School System in Loudoun County, VA. He is a high school teacher and coach. He helped coach his football team to back-to-back state championships, helped the Lacrosse team win their sixth consecutive district title, and coached the track team’s first All American shot putter in a decade.
Kevin firmly believes in the quote, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Ghandi. Mr. Tyson has founded two student organizations at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA. The first of these is “Dedicated Men with a Vision (The DMV Club)”. The young men of the DMV club have been instrumental in serving the community of Ashburn, VA. They have taken part in several community service projects including, “Christmas with the Redskins”, “Declutter the Divineys”, and visiting the Sunrise Valley nursing home. They also receive monthly principles on manhood and becoming a gentleman. The DMV club now has a total of 110 members. The second of these is “Determined Strong Women (DSW)”. The women of DSW have held a 5k walk and beautified the courtyards at Broad Run High School. They receive principles on womanhood and becoming a lady. DSW has an enrollment of 40 young women. The clubs’ motto is “Developing Dynamic Leaders through Discipline and Dedication.”
Mr. Tyson currently serves as an Advisory Board member for The William Kellibrew Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support for victims of violent crime and working to break the cycle of violence and poverty across the globe.
Mr. Tyson has been honored to receive numerous recognitions of his dedication and service including: 2007 NCAA Division I Degree Completion Award, Howard University College of Arts and Sciences Trustee Scholarship, and Regent University Education Dean Scholarship.