Kevin King has been named executive director of Breckenridge Village of Tyler (BVT), a faith-based, assisted living community for adults with mild to moderate intellectual and developmental disabilities. King will assume his new role on January 1.
“Kevin is one of the most capable, mission-driven and compassionate administrators I’ve known,” said Asennet Segura, executive vice president of BVT’s parent company, BCFS. “His deep faith, unwavering leadership and focus on the future make him a great fit for our BVT ministry.”
For the last eight years, King has overseen residential operations for multiple campuses run by BCFS Health and Human Services (also within the BCFS system). Presently, he is the associate executive director for two campuses in San Antonio, which care for more than 2,500 children and youth each year. He has experience starting up and managing multimillion dollar projects, with personnel oversight of more than 300 employees.
King holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a master’s degree in Religious Education, and is licensed by the State of Texas as a Child Care Administrator. He is an active member of the South Texas Anti-Trafficking Coalition, the BCFS Health and Human Services Incident Management Team, and is known at the state and federal level for his professional demeanor, successful programming history and “get it done” attitude.
Located on a tranquil 70-acre campus just west of Tyler, BVT offers residential and day enrichment programs to meet the needs of adults with disabilities. The organization – which celebrated its 15th anniversary this year – seeks to empower each resident as he or she develops spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally and socially in a safe, loving and closely supervised environment.
For more information about BVT, please visit www.BreckenridgeVillage.com.