Co-Founder and President

Kevin is a results-oriented sales executive with a distinguished track record of success in sales, sales management, account management and operational environments. With more than 25 years of experience as an area sales manager, district sales manager, director of sales, and VP of sales for national and international human capital management, payroll and business retail organizations, he has played key roles in driving revenue growth and developing talent. Kevin is highly effective in creating and implementing sales programs, campaigns and initiatives that drive sales success and improve process effectiveness throughout organizations. In addition, Kevin provides business, sales and leadership coaching to entrepreneurs, while delivering guidance on vision alignment and execution.

Kevin began his professional career at ADP, one of the world’s largest payroll and HR outsourcing solutions providers.  During his 13 years at ADP, Kevin’s hard work and determination paid off, resulting in five promotions and six President’s Club awards (a premiere award for top-performing employees).  Following his successful career at ADP and preceding the establishment of Keylan Management Group, Kevin worked for PeopleSoft as a corporate sales manager, with Staples as a district sales manager, and finally with CPI-HR as vice president of HCM sales, marketing and operations. Overall, Kevin has a track record of consistently exceeding quota during his career.

Since 2012, Kevin has provided outsourced sales management, sales training, coaching and consulting to small business entrepreneurs through his consulting business, which he is now pursuing on a full-time basis.

Kevin is married with three children. He enjoys basketball and coaching youth sports. Kevin and his wife have led a marriage life coaching business since 2007. He serves on the strategic advisory boards for a staffing and consulting firm for HR and payroll and for a non-profit organization dedicated to providing leadership training and development to ministerial leaders.