Kevin D. Jones is an accomplished IT professional, who has worked in the numerous technology leadership roles for Fortune 100 companies for more than a decade. Considered a multimillion dollar presenter Kevin has created and delivered presentations to both large and small audiences across the globe.His presentations have been used to close deals, update senior level management and raise capital. From Texas to Tokyo, Kevin’s presentations have been seen in Board rooms and conference rooms. Kevin has a gift for connecting with his audience and is truly a remarkable presenter.
Kevin earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering Technology from Prairie View A&M University in Texas. He began his career with the largest brand name in the world, The Coca-Cola Company working in their Information Technology Group. At The Minute Maid Company Kevin was instrumental in rolling out and conducting the first training seminars covering Windows and Microsoft Office. He remembers the look on everyone’s face when he introduced the mouse, confidently explaining how this new gadget would change how they would interact with their computers. He went on to start his own technology electronic media/marketing and consulting (TEMAC) company to do business with some of the largest companies in America before moving to Paris, France to pursue his EMBA and PhD. A serial entrepreneur and IT expert, Kevin has mastered the art of closing the deal and is considered to be one of the truly "cool” tech guys.
Kevin loves creating, helping people and teaching. He truly believes that you should leave this world having given more than you took. He is a husband to one of the smartest international attorneys Texas has ever produced and father of two of the brightest shinning stars that anyone could ask for.
Kevin has succeeded and failed, and he believes "it is far better to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor souls who neither enjoy much or suffer much, because they live in that grey twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.” (as Theodore Roosevelt wisely stated)