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Young, Kevin P.

Academic Unit:Marketing
Position:Adjunct Faculty
Office Location:Enterprise Hall, Room 122
Office Hours:15 Minutes Before Or After Class; By Appointment
  • MA, Fordham University
  • BA, Iona College

Kevin Young is an executive, consultant and adjunct professor with a long and successful history in the development and execution of marketing and business development strategy, branding, plans, programs, processes and metrics across multiple industries.

FORTUNE 500 employers over 30-plus years include IBM, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Unisys, LandAmerica Financial and Gannett. Consulting clients include Amdocs (Israel), Coleman Research Group, Compusearch, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Datatel, Deloitte Consulting, Deltek, George Mason University’s Volgenau School of Engineering, Gerson Lehrman Group, Markel, Outsourcing Institute, Riva Ridge Capital Management, SCT (SunGard), Transition Partners and Virginia Western Community College.

Achievements include announcing AS/400 and RISC Systems/6000 for IBM, international expansion for Unisys and launching USA TODAY for Gannett. Industry honors include IBM’s Outstanding Achievement in Marketing Award, IBM's Award of Excellence and as site team, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

Young is also serving as Board Member to Consequence of Sound and SYNERGY ONE Federal Credit Union.

Speaking engagements include Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Summit; Government Marketing Best Practices Forum; MarketingSherpa's Business-to-Business Demand Generation Summit; Outsourcing Institute’s Vendor Summit; Sourcing Interests Group’s Global Summit; and Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP) Summit.

Young's courses for George Mason–on executive education program, graduate and undergraduate levels–include Government Market Master, Principles of Marketing, Marketing in Global Economy, and Management of Client Relationship.

Academic credentials include bachelor’s degree from Iona College, master’s degree from Fordham University, and studies at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business and University of Richmond's Robins School of Business.