Kevin M. Jones is a native of Louisville, Kentucky, and serves as the Chair of the School of Education and Human Development at Kentucky State University. He previously served as the Associate Dean of Academic Innovation & Professor of Teacher Education at Boyce College. He has varied experience in public school systems, collegiate level teaching, and administration.
He is a graduate of Kentucky State University, two-time graduate of The University of Kentucky and earned his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Spalding University. He is the Co-Editor of Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention: Diverse African American and White Perspective. He is a contributor in Perspectives on Family Ministry, Second Edition. His current writing projects are “Race Unraveled”, a biography on the late Dr. T. Vaughn Walker the first African American Faculty member in the Southern Baptist Convention. He is also co-writing a biography on Jesse Owen.
He writes curriculum for Menaissance, an innovative program connecting literacy and music. He also writes curriculum for Manhood Journey, a father and son study aimed at helping fathers build the next generation of Godly men. He is a research fellow for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and teaches as an adjunct for The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He serves as a teacher at Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort, KY. His longing is to see fathers build resilient sons and to see Christian teachers and leaders influence the lives of students nationally and internationally, both teaching and leading to the glory of God. He and his high school sweetheart, Demica, have three children: Kennedi, Kevin Jr, and Karsynn.