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Kevin Carbo

Business Operations Analyst

Dallas Laue Field

Born in Brooklyn, NY. Lived his first 4 years there and then moved to Puerto Rico where he attended Colegio San Antonio Catholic School [K through 12) and The University of Puerto Rico. Then, he moved to Tampa, Florida where he began a career in Banking Operations for First Florida Banks. Kevin married his wife Jossie while living in Tampa and this year they celebrate 35 years of marriage. They have two kids; Jessica and Kevin Jr. Both of them graduated from Mesquite High School. Jessica, and husband Austin, have two boys; Liam and Conner. Kevin, and wife Ashton, have one son; Kevin III. Kevin and Jossie moved to Texas in 1984 where he worked for First City Bank and settled in Mesquite. He also worked for Bank One (which is now Chase Bank) and remained in Operations. Kevin changed industries in 1996 as he took an operations management job for Allstate Insurance. He managed processes that were performed both in Dallas, TX and Wheeling, III. Kevin then went into the operations consulting field in 2010 and in 2016 he was hired as the Business Operation Analyst for the Department of Aviation of the City of Dallas. He reports to the Director and does analysis and research for operational projects at the Dallas Love Field Airport. Kevin has a B.A. in Finance from Dallas Baptist University and an MBA from the University of Dallas and is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

Kevin served in PTA's across the district as a leader at chapter and district level. He has been President at all school levels and taught leadership at Local and State level as well. He was elected to serve Mesquite ISD as a School Board Trustee and advocate for public education in 1996. Kevin has served as an officer at all levels of this board. He has testified before House and Senate committees on Nutrition and Education bills and was a member of the Legislative Action Committee for the Texas Association of School Boards tTASB). He has participated in forums on school finance at state level. Kevin has also served at state and national levels as Chairman of the Risk Management Fund Board for TASB and a Director for the National School Boards Association (NSBA). He has also had the opportunity to serve as Chair of the National Hispanic Caucus and as a Director of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO).

He has been a youth coach and instructor for baseball, soccer, and bowling teams. He...

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