Supervisor Kenny Boddye is a resident of Lake Ridge in Prince William County; he has lived in the region for nearly a decade. Professionally, he is the Mid-Atlantic Business Development Manager and Cyber Liability Subject Matter Expert at Kevin Davis Insurances Services, a nationwide insurance wholesaler that specializes in educating and protecting community associations from financial loss.
A graduate of Georgetown University, Supervisor Boddye earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with a double minor in English and Japanese. During his academic career at Georgetown, he worked at the McDonough School of Business Technology Center where he went onto manage a staff of over three dozen. He is also an alumnus of the Sorensen Institute's 2017 Candidate Training Program and the Inaugural 2018 Cohort of the NAACP’s NextGen Leadership Development Program.
Supervisor Boddye is the immediate past Chairman of the Prince William NAACP’s Criminal Justice Committee, and is a member of the unit’s Political Action Committee. He is also a member of the Virginia State Conference NAACP’s Criminal Justice Committee and its Environmental & Climate Justice Committee. Supervisor Boddye is also a member of the Washington Metro Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, the Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce and the Prince William Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Lake Ridge Occoquan Coles Civic Association (also known as LOCCA), a member of the Prince William Conservation Alliance and a founding member and director of Empowered Beginnings and Beyond, a non-profit specializing in addressing the disparities in prenatal and postnatal services for underserved communities.
Supervisor Boddye has been involved in politics since he was a teenager, from volunteering at his local precinct on Election Day as a teenager to lobbying in Richmond for Medicaid Expansion, transportation funding, increasing teacher salaries and criminal justice reform. As of his election on Nov. 5, 2019, Supervisor Boddye will be the second youngest supervisor in Prince William County’s history, one of the first five people of color elected to the body, and the first mixed race Prince William County Supervisor.
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