kev_kinsey_photo_bioA Visionary Entrepreneur & Philanthropist

Kevin D. Kinsey is Founder & President of Omni Media Worldwide which is parent company for Genesis Group International and Exodus Entertainment Bancorp. As CEO for each subsidiary company, Kinsey has dual responsibilities of the day to day operations of an entertainment production, finance and distribution company in conjunction with the responsibilities of a business development, investments and financial advisory firm. After earning a B.A. in Political Science, this 1985 UCLA graduate manages and finances joint ventures and mergers & acquisitions for hard assets, syndicated projects and intellectual properties in conjunction with the development, as well as, the implementation of financial budgets and marketing plans. Kinsey has assisted filmmakers, television producers and musical artists with obtaining creative financing and distribution for their projects. Also, he has structured a placement of funds for films with budgets capitalized at $20 million for equity and debt funding . Kinsey has completed post graduate and professional honors studies at the University of Southern California (USC), Management & International Finance studies at Golden Gate University (GGU/SF) Graduate School of Business Administration, the Producers Program at the UCLA School of Film and Television and holds an MBA in International Media from the Graduate School of Business Administration and Communication Arts at Loyola Marymount University (LMU/LA). Philanthropically, Kinsey has served and currently serves as a member to the LMU African American Alumni Association Board of Directors, the Los Angeles Metro Area United Negro College Fund Board of Directors, the African American Achievers Network Board of Directors, Founder and Executive Director of The Kinsey Home for Transitional Living. Additionally, Kinsey is an avid member of the UCLA Black Alumni Association, New Frontier Democratic Club, National Black MBA Association, NAACP, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and coordinator for other community service organizations, both nationally and locally.