Mo Show Live with Huntsville City Councilman Devyn Keith

Mo Show Live with Huntsville City Councilman Devyn Keith

Mo Show Live with Devyn Keith

The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, April 11th at 3:00 central time and will feature Devyn Keith, who currently serves as the Huntsville City Councilman for District One. Morris and Councilman Keith will be discussing the growth of the City and the Huntsville metropolitan area, the challenges facing District One and the City as a whole, and Devyn’s innovative approach to municipal government.

Devyn is a Huntsville native and a proud product of the city’s community network. After graduating from Sparkman High School, he attended Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama on a full athletic scholarship. While at Samford, Devyn founded Brothers of 1 Voice (B01V), a non-profit advocating and empowering teens who aged out of state support services. Devyn was also engaged in a number of municipal projects while in Birmingham.

After college, Devyn attended the McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, where he earned a Master’s in Public Administration. Here, Devyn developed innovative approaches to policy issues and developed relationships with leaders at the local, state and federal levels. After completing his degree, Devyn returned home to Huntsville.

Devyn was elected to the Huntsville City Council on November 7th, 2016. He became the youngest elected official in the history of the City. In his representation of District One, Devyn seeks to advance open-interface and diverse government, civic engagement, progressive policies and positive perspectives. He seeks to create viable solutions to the problems our City faces based on analytical review, resource identification, and compassion.

To watch the episode with Huntsville City Councilman Devyn Keith, tune in to Facebook Live at www.TheMoShow.Live. Additional episodes of the Mo Show Live are available on the YouTube Channel. The Mo Show welcomes your engagement through comments and messages. To submit a question for Devyn, email Morris at morris@martinsonandbeason.com.