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He obtained his BA from the University of the District of Columbia in Business Administration in 1987. He is a member of Covenant Baptist Church, a board member of the Anacostia Coordinating Council, and serves as the President of the Far SW Civic Association.
Mr. Kinlow served as a board member of the Washington East Foundation, is currently the Vice Chair of the Consumer Utility Board, and the Chair of the Advisory Board for Community Harvest. He serves as a trustee to the University of the District of Columbia and is a former trustee of the Committee of 100 on the Federal City. He was appointed by mayor Anthony Williams to the DC Commission for National and Community Service, the Mayor's Transit Oriented Development Taskforce, and is currently a member of the Mayor's Environmental Council.
He is currently a columnist and editorial advisory member on the East of the River Community Newspaper and a board member of the DC Heritage Tourism Coalition. He also raises money for the fight against AIDs as a member of the largest African American Cycling team in the country, and is a member of Leadership Washington's Class of 2002.
Clean Up Detail: Eugene Kinlow oversees a much needed spruce-up for the abandoned Nicholas Avenue School.
Ever the advocate, Mr. Kinlow has a proven track record of speaking out on issues that affect the quality of life of the city's communities. He is a forceful advocate for equitable development for every one of Washington's neighborhoods. As your city councilman, Mr. Kinlow's leadership, energy, and community focus will cause policy leaders to address the issue of investment in marginalized communities more effectively.
As your city councilman, Mr. Kinlow's leadership, energy, and community focus will cause policy leaders to address the issue of investment in marginalized communities more effectively.
Currently, Mr. Kinlow is working on a book about the history of the east of the Anacostia River community in Washington, DC.
"I am running to make every neighborhood
great! I want to ensure that every community has attractive and safe
neighborhoods, effective schools, and affordable housing. I am running to
build sustainable communities that have accessible shopping and options
for recreation and entertainment. My campaign is about making a difference
by expanding opportunity for our businesses, citizens, and their
Eugene Dewitt Kinlow
Building sustainable communities that are safe and provide needed services for residents
Expanding opportunity by investing in human capital and promoting equitable development
Supporting community self-determination
Transit oriented development to spur economic development and to import wealth into our communities
Kinlow for City Council
508 H Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Eugene D. Kinlow, Juan Manuel Thompson, Treasurer
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