Kevin A. Anderson is a former Senior Vice President of National Partnerships at EverFi, Inc., the nation’s leading educational software company for life skills education. Anderson worked in government relations and business development and secured public and corporate partnerships to support digital innovation in cities and school districts across America.
Before joining EverFi, Anderson was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of City First Homes, Inc.—a community land trust created to support workforce housing and ensure ongoing affordability for working families in the District of Columbia. Launched in 2008 as the District’s most aggressive affordable housing initiative, CFHomes navigated the financial crisis stabilizing mixed income development and created over 100 units of affordable housing during Anderson’s tenure.
Prior to his appointment at CFHomes, Anderson was Chief Financial Officer and Vice President for Equity Capital at the Jair Lynch Companies, Inc., a for-profit residential and community development firm in Washington, DC, where he was responsible for the financial management of JLC’s corporate and real estate ventures. He helped establish JLC’s initial investment fund, a $120 million facility for commercial and housing development in the DC region.
In 2000, Anderson served in Mayor Anthony Williams’ administration as Special Assistant to the City Administrator and Chief of Staff at the D.C. Department of Transportation. He helped usher an era of accountability and transparency in city operations and managed the restructuring of DDOT to a cabinet-level agency. Anderson led the hiring of over 100 new employees, the establishment of a local trust fund for street and infrastructure maintenance and implementation of performance metrics to meet citizen needs. Mayor Anthony A. Williams proclaimed March 31, 2004 “Kevin Anderson Day” in the District of Columbia.
Anderson began his professional career at the investment banking firm of Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co., Inc. in Philadelphia, PA as an Institutional Bond Salesman where he served pension funds, insurance companies, investment advisers, and money center banks. He provided coverage for PMC’s landmark financings as lead manager for the $320 million Atlanta Hartsfield Airport financing and the $390 million Denver Airport financing.
In addition to being a member of the NEA Foundation’s Board of Directors, Anderson serves on the Board of Trustees of Lawrence Academy (Groton, MA) and on the Board of Directors of City First Homes, Inc. Kevin is a member of Leadership Greater Washington’s Class of 2006 and Leadership Prince George’s Class of 2008.
A native of Washington, DC, Anderson received his BA in Economics from Stanford University and has completed finance, leadership, and executive programs with the National Development Council and at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
He lives in Upper Marlboro, MD with his wife, The Honorable Tiffany H. Anderson, daughter, Kendall, and twin sons, Kennedy and Kolby.