Kelvin Oliver is the founder of Kolossal Media, LLC, the parent company of Podcast Caddy. Podcast Caddy is a full-service podcast and videocast production company for businesses and individual content creators. The company supports clients through every phase of the content creating process as well as provides trainings for clients that have a desire to learn. Podcast Caddy coins itself as your one stop shop for all of your podcasting and videocasting needs.
Kelvin started Podcast Caddy to provide every business, small or large, the opportunity to deliberately differentiate their brand through organic content creation. Gone are the days that you need to pay thousands of dollars for a generic commercial or other advertisement to create awareness of your business. Kelvin is committed to providing every person or business the opportunity to develop their brand.
In addition, Kelvin Oliver is an educational consultant partnering with Texas Educators for Restorative Practices (TEXRP) specializing in the area of Restorative Practices in schools. He teaches restorative practices to educators as an alternative to traditional exclusionary practices, and as a means to proactively build positive relationships and strong communities through dialogue using the circle process. Most recently, Mr. Oliver served the DeSoto Independent School District as the Principal of Ruby Young Medical and Environmental Science Magnet Academy.
Prior to his principalship, Mr. Oliver was the former Assistant Principal and Restorative Discipline Coordinator at Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet School in Richardson Independent School District. While at Hamilton Park, he played an instrumental role in the development, implementation, and support of restorative practices as an alternative method to managing student behavior. Mr. Oliver is credited for creating a campus-based support model that included weekly professional development and an implementation support team in conjunction with the trainings provided by Kevin Curtis, the founder of TEXRP.
Mr. Oliver received his B.A. in Mass Communications from Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana and his M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas at Dallas. He has 10 years of experience in public education as a classroom teacher, campus math specialist, district curriculum specialist, assistant principal and principal.