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Kevin Voisin

Kevin Voisin

Kevin M. Voisin is a devoted husband, a father of 4, an Ironman 70.3 and marathon finisher and an avid world traveler. Kevin has a gift for story telling, walking the tightrope of controversial issues, and for using plain spoken truth to cut through the complication of crisis communication.

Kevin built his first website in 1998. By 1999 he had started, Big Easy Web Design, a niche firm in Provo, UT whose main goal was to pay for the history degree he earned from Brigham Young University.

An eighth generation oysterman, Kevin's career hopped the internet tracks just before the first Tech bubble burst when he joined the family firm, Motivatit Seafoods, to develop a nationwide broker network, oversee product sales, pioneer the marketing of a completely new product to one of the oldest industries on earth, and to develop unique distribution channels for the world's first Ultra-High Pressure Processed seafood product, Gold Band Oysters. For the next 11 years Kevin would lead industry focus groups and presentations on 5 different continents and work with everyone from mom and pop restaurant owners to the Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. Kevin helped Motivatit to manage and survive hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike and thanks to revolutionary new frozen product lines he pioneered, Motivatit Seafoods would be the single oyster company on the entire Gulf Coast not to shut its doors during the BP oil spill.

In the wake of the spill Kevin started Kevin Voisin Consulting and has enjoyed working on a host of projects from branding a rodeo, to building websites for an entire parish of charter fishermen, to connecting diners to the fishermen who caught the seafood they're eating via QR codes.

Kevin's history of public service started with a 2 year mission to the southwest of France in 1995-1997 where he lived as a local and didn't speak a word of English for over a year. Mastering French gave an entire new perspective of the world while serving his fellow man without pay gave an appreciation for the value of putting others before oneself and placing action, and not just words, behind faith and belief. Later, he was elected to Terrebonne Parish Council District 6 and served over 13,000 constituents through flooding, hurricanes, building new roads, founding the areas first skate park, and finding a way to create 7 miles of running and biking trails out of previously unusable flood plain.