Trevor Rome McKie
Trevor Rome McKie, as a long-time resident of Prince George’s County, is truly committed to public service. In 2008, McKie received his bachelor of arts degree in history from Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 2010, he received a master of arts degree in counseling psychology from Bowie State University. Currently, McKie is a doctoral degree candidate in the higher education administration program at Morgan State University. He supports the student body at his current institution of higher education by serving as the president of the Graduate Student Association.
In addition to serving within higher education, McKie is a human resources specialist (employee development) at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). At HUD, McKie created and implemented a new On Boarding program, which has helped hundreds of new employees become fully engaged and aware of the department’s mission. He also serves part-time as the special assistant to the senior associate dean of Academic Programs and Student Affairs of the School of Education at Howard University. The White House Initiative on historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) selected McKie as one of the 2014 HBCU all-star students.
McKie is a member of Restoration Kingdom Ministries in Forestville, Maryland, where he serves as a youth leader and minister of protocol. He truly believes that people are blessed to be a blessing and a community with a vision, dedication, and faith can achieve much success.