Kevin J. Turner is an accomplished Senior Manager and Senior and a Trauma Informed Care facilitator that is certified national/international, with proven techniques to help individuals decrease stress and increase performance.  

Kevin has a background supporting high level executives and directors in their role and with special project coordination.  He brings to the non-profit and for-profit world over 25 years of experience and is extremely skilled in Nonprofit Organizational Management, Administration, and Business Practices.  He is a manager with a track record of achievements in programs such as multifamily housing development projects, project management, program analysis and development of programming in primary, secondary and post-secondary educational and non-profit settings. He has driven values for agencies through a balanced budget, event and set curricula facilitation mixed with project lifecycles savvy.  Kevin brings a wide range of ideas and excels at leading complex projects to fruition time and under budget. He consummates professionally with unmatched expertise cultivating and nurturing relationships with departments, staff and key decision-makers. He is an experienced public speaker and presenter with proven leadership skills gained from various programs at Cardinal Stritch University such as strategic planning, financial planning and project management. Additional qualifications in: Team Leadership, Training & Mentoring– Program Planning & Facilitation- Human Resource & Communication–Process Improvement & Organizational Change.

Kevin is a strong administrative professional and earned his undergrad at Cardinal Stritch University, with 180 credits toward his Bachelor of Business Administration. 

Kevin is the second youngest of 4 brothers and 2 sisters.  He enjoys spending time with his family and friends. In his spare time, you will find Kevin, traveling, dining out, playing his saxophone, playing the piano, volunteering in the community and spending time reading books on leadership and development.

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