Kevin R. Jones, BS, MPA
Environmental Health Manager
Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Kevin Renwick Jones, Sr. is a 22-year employee of the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness, Environmental Health Services Division in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelors of Science degree in biology from Morris Brown College in 1985. In the year 2000, Kevin graduated with a Masters of Public Health degree with a specialty in management from Georgia State University. Kevin has served on numerous committees and organizations such as: Food Service Advisory Committee for the development of the State of Georgia Food Code, the Georgia Food Safety defense Committee, and the Tourist Accommodation Advisory Committee. Kevin as also served as a deponent in a mock foodborne illness deposition at the 2009 National Environmental Health Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Furthermore, Kevin has also held certifications in Radon Mitigation, Lead Abatement, Underground Storage Tanks, and Inspector Level I and Level II.
Leadership Development Opportunities
The Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute has assisted me in my professional growth and development by introducing me to a wide range of people from across the United States, who may perform the same work that I do but approach it from a different aspect. Learning about the Iceberg Theory and System Thinking really assisted me tremendously in thinking more strategically and thinking about unintended consequences. Those two theories/thoughts are now a part of my everyday lexicon. An essential tool that I recommend for future classes to use is the individual development plan coach/mentor. By using an unbiased person outside of your organization, to access your Skillscope 360 to develop a plan for improvement specifically tailored for you, was the best thing that I got out of the class. Hopefully, with an improved skill set in place, I can not only rise but prosper in my current organization.