Kevin O'Donnell is Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Ontario, an Information-Technology consultant, volunteer for his community association, and volunteer for his daughter's elementary school.
Kevin has worked in the Information Technology industry for sixteen years since attending the University of Waterloo Computer Science program. He began his career on the ground floor at a small company. After employee and contract positions at Telus, Nortel, DND and Halogen Software, he is now a senior software developer at Bell Canada, a position he has held since 2006. Kevin is also a small business owner who provides professional services on a referral basis.
Kevin is the Male Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Ontario, was the Green Party of Ontario's candidate for Ottawa Centre in 2011, and intends to run again in Ottawa Centre. As the GPO's Finance critic he writes regularly on budgetary issues and also contributes to the central party's communications team.
Projects and Interests
Outside of provincial politics Kevin is also engaged in local initiatives and projects
- OttawaDNA is an interactive event series that explores Ottawa's evolving identity through a development lens.
- A no-frills realtime OCTranspo web app
- Western Light Rail (Bayview to Baseline) Environmental Assessment
- Supporter of the Friends of Lansdowne (website)
- Taking pictures
Kevin lives with his daughter in Hampton-Iona (a hidden neighbourhood between Westboro and Island-Park).