Born and raised in Hartford, Councilman Kyle Anderson is no stranger to our community. Kyle has spent his life engaging with the people of our city as a community activist, small business owner, and now a member of the Court of Common Council. The son of Wilfred Anderson, Jr. and Councilwoman Jacqueline Anderson, public service is in his blood.
After graduating from Weaver High School and then Virginia State University, Kyle returned home to dedicate himself to Hartford. He has been a board member of Hartford Communities That Care, the John E. Rogers African American Cultural Center, and the Doc Hurley Scholarship Basketball Tournament. He has also been recognized for his volunteer work by the Urban League of Greater Hartford, Hartford North End Little League, and the YMCA of Greater Hartford.
His most recent community endeavor is the Greater Hartford Male Youth Leadership Program, which he founded in 2007. This program, along with its community partners, teaches various life skills and promotes higher education to all of its participants.
Kyle is currently an employee of the State of Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection. He is the father of three children, and lives in his childhood home in the North End. He is a member of Metropolitan AME Zion Church, where he also serves on the Usher and Greeter ministries. In all that he does, Kyle continues to strive to improve the quality of our community.
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