Kevin Boyle serves as Property Manager for Bath Housing Authority & Development Corporation. In this role, Kevin works to enhance housing stability in the Bath area. In addition, he focuses on the successful management of Federal Housing Programs. Kevin ensures adherence to program guidelines and works with individuals and families to maintain stable housing, including collaborative efforts at avoiding eviction. He especially enjoys problem solving with colleagues and residents.
Kevin is a 2013 magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, where he majored in Urban Studies and Community Development. After completing his degree, Kevin served as an AmeriCorps VISTA in the Pittsburgh's Mayor's Office. In this role, he oversaw a volunteer engagement initiative to revitalize vacant land. This experience led him to pursue a career in public service and policy. Fueled by this passion for community development, Kevin joined the Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG), a coalition of community leaders focused on responding to redlining in Pittsburgh's minority and disinvested neighborhoods. He helped build community capacity in the small first ring suburb of Pittsburgh by focusing on reinvestment and the revitalization of vacant land. Kevin's commitment to seeking out all voices, not just the loudest in the room, helped to build consensus and contributed to the formation of a non-profit community development corporation. This organization now includes two full-time staff members and a dedicated team of volunteers with a common goal of promoting a livable Sharpsburg for all residents. For Kevin, this entire experience underscored the importance of listening to every voice in a community. His unique experience in community development led him to pursue a career in affordable housing, and he moved to Maine in 2018. Although from Away, Kevin is committed to investing in his new home state, learning from colleagues and making the most out of his endeavors.
Kevin relishes exploring all that Maine has to offer, including hopping around the rocky coast, wading countless tide pools and kayaking the estuaries and bays. He has a passion for historic buildings, architecture, and exploration on foot and is forever in search of the best general store, fluffiest scone and longest bog bridge in Maine.