820 AM Radio Interview on Diversity and Minority Voting
KUOW FM Interview about managing diversity program in Bellevue, WA
Kevin interviews Trainer Aron Lee about how to be a White Ally
Interview about Self-Care during 2020 election
LIGHTS. CAMERA. ACTION.
03 EVENTS, INTERVIEWS,TRAINING
ACTIVELY ENGAGED IN COMMUNITY.
CITY OF BELLEVUE CAREER DAY FOR TEENS
BREAKING THE ICE - DIVERSITY VIDEO
ONE BIG HAPA FAMILY FILM
CRIME PREVENTION WORKSHOP
"Kevin’s ability and care in bringing people together from different backgrounds to build community is still widely felt at the City of Bellevue. His work laid the foundation for Bellevue to see diversity as an asset rather than an issue to be dealt with. Because of Kevin’s collaborative demeanor, communication skills, and his ability to work across cultural barriers he has laid the foundation for the city to be intentional in thriving together as a multicultural community. He leaves an amazing legacy of work."
Mark Manuel | City of Bellevue Diversity Outreach and Engagement Administrator
"Kevin has a unique ability to bring diverse people together through events and programs, such as panel discussions, educational videos, and other community events. He has an in-depth knowledge of issues related to diversity and has strong public speaking skills. He has many years of success in the field of community relations and partnership building."
Fabienne "Fae" Brooks | Chief (ret.), King County (Washington) Sheriff's Office
"Kevin Henry was a key member of the KBCS team. In addition to co-hosting a Saturday night blues show, Kevin served as the executive producer for “Voices of Diversity”, a weekly radio program that explored issues of race, inclusion, pluralism, and education in Bellevue and the larger community. Kevin was highly visible throughout the community as an organizer and champion of the underserved. He was a community builder while in our area, always trying to bring diverse communities together in order to find commonality."
Steve Ramsey | General Manager, KBCS-FM, 91.3