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Kevin Lynch


Kevin Lynch

First elected 2023; Term expires 2027


Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch has dedicated his life to making our community a better place. Kevin brings a unique set of skills and experiences to his role as a Fort Worth ISD Board Trustee. He holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Alabama Birmingham and a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications from the University of Georgia. 

Kevin's professional career spans more than 17 years in the Medical Device industry, where he currently holds the position of Corporate Accounts Manager at Getinge. Through this work, he has helped bring lifesaving medical services to local hospitals.

He is married to his wife Stephanie and is the proud father of five children attending FWISD schools. This personal connection to the district fuels his drive to make a positive impact on the educational experience of every student.

Kevin is the founder of the men’s leadership organization F3 Fort Worth, and he co-founded Panther Prep Football. 

Kevin's commitment to education extends to his involvement as a mentor at Alice Contreras Elementary and his dedicated work as a mentor with Academy 4 at Westcliff Elementary over the past two years. He also serves as a Paschal Pyramid Liaison for the FWISD Council of PTA and is a member of the PTA and Site-Based Decision-Making committees at both Tanglewood Elementary and McLean Middle schools. Recognized for his expertise and dedication, Kevin served on the Citizen Oversight Committee for the 2021 Bond.

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Kevin was raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and spent a significant part of his life in Birmingham, Alabama. His experiences also include living in New Orleans, Louisiana during Hurricane Katrina, as well as residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Raleigh, North Carolina.

In his leisure time, Kevin finds great joy in coaching his children in youth sports and supporting his favorite sports teams, the Atlanta Braves and the Georgia Bulldogs. He stays active through playing tennis, exercising, and exploring new hobbies. Additionally, he is an avid reader, always eager to expand his knowledge and explore new ideas.


Represented Schools:
Arlington Heights High School, Transition Center, William Monnig Middle, W.C. Stripling Middle, Success High School, Sped Private/Homeschool, Boulevard Heights School, Burton Hill Elementary, Leadership Academy at Como Elementary, North Hi Mount Elementary, Mary Louise Phillips Elementary, South Hi Mount Elementary, Tanglewood Elementary, Overton Park Elementary