Kevin N. Tyler, SR., MBA

 

Kevin N. Tyler, Sr. is an experienced Executive Director and Business Professional with over 30 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. Most recently he served as the Board Chairman of Total Health Care, Inc. Total Health Care is the largest minority operated Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Maryland. His three year career as Board Chairman was highlighted by his strong commitment to eradicating health disparities created by a lack of access to care. This commitment was instrumental in his leading the efforts to merge Total Health Care and Tuerk House (a provider of residential substance use disorder services and transitional housing) to create an integrated continuum of care. In addition to chairing the Board at Total Health Care he has worked for Fortune 500 companies as a professional manager and financial analyst. He served as President of the Board of Directors of Community Solidarity (grassroots community service organization in Hagerstown Maryland) as well as the Executive Director of the Northeast Youth Association (non-profit corporation serving the Northeast community of Baltimore Maryland). He has also served on the Board of Directors for the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Washington County and successfully managed the corporate giving program at a Fortune 500 Company. In addition he spent five years serving as the Executive Director of the Mary Harvin Transformation Center Community Development Corporation at Southern Baptist Church in Baltimore. He has appeared on Baltimore’s Comcast Cable networks Local Edition, worked with the Mayor’s Office for Children, Youth, and Families on youth mentoring, Baltimore City’s Police Athletic League on after school programming and Loyola College on academic enrichment programming.

Kevin was born in Baltimore, Maryland. His father was a veteran of the US Army which necessitated that his family move to different parts of the country as his father’s service obligation was being fulfilled. During his formative years he spent time in Juneau Alaska, Anchorage Alaska, and Bloomfield Connecticut. These experiences along with the diverse environment in which he was raised sparked his initial interest in community service. After leaving the Army Kevin’s father worked for an organization called The Community Action Agency based in Baltimore Maryland. He also was one of the founding members of the Poets Athletic Club before moving to Connecticut to take a position as the Director of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for a major insurance company. Growing up observing his father’s active participation in these organizations had a profound effect on Kevin and
his beliefs regarding community service. So it was these early lessons in life that sparked his intense interest in serving. This coupled with his exceptionally strong background in business management and organizational development has led to Kevin’s vision of serving and strengthening communities through the use of best business practices that will lead to environments where self-determination and self-actualization are encouraged and excellence is the standard of measure.

KEVIN HAS WORKED IN NUMEROUS ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE INFLUENCED HIS ABILITY TO COMBINE A COMMITMENT TO SERVE WITH STRATEGIC BUSINESS SKILLS:

Total Health Care, Inc.
University of Pennsylvania
Frostburg State University
The Boy’s and Girls’ Club of Washington County
Baltimore Office for Youth Children and Families
Baltimore Ravens
The Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Baltimore
Baltimore Office of Neighborhoods
The Northeast Youth Association, Inc
Southern Baptist Church
Morgan State University
Community Solidarity
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Baltimore Police Athletic League
Loyola College

GRANT MAKERS, SPONSORS AND PARTNERS HE HAS WORKED WITH INCLUDE:

Baltimore Community Foundation
National Football League (LISC)
The Weinberg Foundation
Govanstowne Business Association
Harbor Bank
Family League of Baltimore
State of Maryland
Union Memorial Hospital
Murray Cellular
Stop, Shop and Save Food Market
Baltimore Ravens
Huber Memorial Church
Comcast Cable
Maryland Football Association
Metropolitan Football League