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Kenyon Link 


Kenyon Link is an esteemed senior executive renowned for his diverse expertise in steering and enhancing non-profit organizations. With an unwavering commitment to fostering thriving communities, Kenyon has dedicated more than two decades to addressing the needs of Palm Beach County’s youth and families.

As the Vice President of Community Services at Community Partners of South Florida, one of the county’s largest non-profits, Kenyon commands the oversight of a multimillion-dollar division. Under his leadership, the organization has witnessed remarkable growth, driven by successful grassroots initiatives that expanded its portfolio. Presently, Kenyon is at the helm of transformative strategic endeavors aimed at empowering marginalized communities, amplifying their voices, and equipping them with advocacy tools.

Kenyon’s civic engagement goes beyond professional realms. His impactful contributions extend to his role as the former Vice President and Kappa League Director of the West Palm Beach Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Here, Kenyon played a pivotal role in steering the chapter to regional and national acclaim, securing prestigious accolades. He also served on the Board of the West Palm Beach Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity for four years.

Kenyon earned his B.B.A. in Marketing from Howard University, followed by multiple certifications in community engagement and leadership. His extensive experience and track record of empowering communities underscore his dedication to fostering meaningful alliances with residents, elected officials, entrepreneurs, and stakeholders. He’s a distinguished graduate of the Nonprofits First 2021 Rising Leaders program and a member of the 2024 Leadership Palm Beach County cohort.

Kenyon is happily married to Rosa Link and cherishes his role as a devoted father to two wonderful children.

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.    – Barack Obama

Kenyon Link