Kenny is the former Chairman of the Occoquan District Democrats and Prince William NAACP Criminal Justice Committee, and an advocate for social justice. Kenny comes from a low income background and due to key mentors and hard work, graduated from Georgetown University.
After losing his mother to chronic homelessness and substance abuse, Kenny decided to devote his life to fighting for the most vulnerable. He also discovered that his maternal ancestors were enslaved Africans brought to Virginia over 200 years ago. Kenny will fight for more equitable schools, transit options, better jobs and more county services in Prince William County.