Kenrick has spent the last 15 years building and scaling projects, programs, and organizations.
His work has, thankfully, focused on areas he's deeply passionate about, including entrepreneurship and social impact, urban policy, diversity and inclusion, professional and organizational development, and fundraising.
He currently manages the Small Business Support Project at Brooklyn A, where he launched New York City's newest legal services initiative for small business owners.
He is the founder of Urban&Out (2011), a diversity and inclusion social enterprise that builds community, capacity, and social capital for LGBTQ professionals and leadership of color; and of @LOVE (2019), a directory of LGBTQ-inclusive sports and fitness resources.
Previously, he served as the first full-time Executive Director of the Indo-Caribbean Alliance; Director of Education, Career Services, and Community at the YWCA of Queens; Director of Professional Development and Quality Assurance for The Leaguers, Inc; and development officer at Diaspora Community Services. He has spoken/presented at 25+ conferences and served on a dozen boards of directors.
He co-produced the documentary "Queens At Court", focused on amateur LGBTQ tennis players, and which screened at US and Canadian professional tennis tournaments, and he has played 60+ amateur tennis tournaments, including Gay Games 2010 (Cologne) and 2014 (Cleveland).
Born in Guyana and raised in New Jersey, Kenrick lives in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BA in Politics from New York University, and an MS in Urban Policy and Leadership from CUNY-Hunter College.
He smiles much more in person than in photos.