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Born and raised in Snellville, GA (outside of Atlanta)
The oldest of three siblings; I have a younger brother and sister
I graduated from College of Charleston with a Communication Degree and received my Law Degree from Charleston School of Law.
I moved to Beaufort in 2017 and lived in Historic Downtown Beaufort until moving to Port Royal in 2018
Since moving to Beaufort, I worked as a server at Panini’s, landscaping at The Greenery, and have been an attorney in Bluffton and Beaufort.
I am currently a victim’s rights attorney at a Non-Profit Organization in Beaufort, leveraging the power of technology to serve rural areas of Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, and Hampton Counties who had not previously had access to legal counsel.
I graduated Leadership Beaufort in 2018, where I met several people who have impacted my life significantly
I am a Board Member at the YMCA, a member of the Leadership Beaufort Alumni Association, a member of the Lowcountry Jaycees, and am involved in several statewide organizations
I try to attend as many local city/county government meetings as my schedule allows and volunteering for local events is a priority of mine. My girlfriend and I live in Port Royal and have plans to get married and raise a family in Port Royal
Tom Davis, Senator
I have known Kevin Phillips for several years —he is a dynamic and intelligent young man who’s been involved in issues at the local, county, and state levels of government. Kevin is always, without exception, well-informed, persuasive and respectful; above all, he is passionate about finding the best solutions for his community. The Town of Port Royal will face many challenges in the next few years — environmental, economic and cultural — and it’s important for its council to have people like Kevin on board. That’s why I am endorsing his candidacy for Port Royal Town Council and asking you to vote for him on Tuesday, November 5th. Thanks for your consideration.
Maria Walls, Beaufort County Treasurer
I’ve known Kevin Phillips, candidate for Port Royal Town Council, for a few years and in that time I have found him to be a professional with a heart for service. As their Town Councilman, I believe the voters of Port Royal will benefit from those same qualities.
Jennifer Minor Tuckwiller, YMCA Board Chair
I’ve known Kevin for years and I’m thrilled to see him get more involved in our community. He’s energetic about the possibilities and informed on the issues facing the future of the Town of Port Royal. So remember on November 5th, Vote for Kevin Phillips for Port Royal Town Council
Connie Foutz Hipp
I am proud to see Kevin engaged in his community and running for Port Royal Town Council. I know he has taken the time to study the issues before offering himself. I would vote for him if I lived in Port Royal.