Kevin Sibley brings over 18 years of experience in human resources, program development and grant funded initiatives specific to the well-being of underserved individuals to his new role as director of the Office of Returning Citizens.
Before joining the Walsh Administration, Sibley worked as a program coordinator for Street Safe Boston, a public safety initiative by The Boston Foundation. He worked to reduce youth violence in a subset of Boston affected by high rates of violent crime. He also previously served as the founding Dean of Students for the Home for Little Wanderers, the oldest not-for-profit organization in the country. He implemented accountability measures and monitored programs and services for behaviorally and emotionally challenged students.
Sibley serves his community as a mentor and entrepreneur. He is currently the Boston area director for the Kappa League. The national youth development program teaches young men grades 8-12 about career readiness techniques and life skills with a collegiate focus. Sibley served in the United States Army Ordnance Division from 1990 to 1997. He holds a Masters in Business Management from Cambridge College and is an Alumnus of the University of Massachusetts. He currently resides in Dorchester.