Kevin Edwards Cahill

Successor Founding Trustee, President, Executive Director
Kevin Edwards Cahill

Kevin Edwards Cahill is Dr. Deming’s grandson and Executive Director of The W. Edwards Deming Institute®. He also serves on the Board of Trustees, where he is president and a successor founding trustee.

Kevin is responsible for guiding the global efforts to achieve the aim of The Deming Institute and leads their strategic planning, management, operations, marketing and communications efforts. He travels, speaks, writes and presents on behalf of The Deming Institute® and in support of his grandfather’s message. Kevin is a member of the ASQ Deming Medal Committee.

Previously, Kevin was co-founder and CEO of ViewBridge, Inc. The company was founded in 1999 and through its operating division, AdConnections, launched the first large-scale web-based sales system application for the broadcast television industry in 2001. AdConnections’ technology and approach helped streamline existing business practices, communications and negotiations in the US broadcast business.

Prior to that, Kevin was vice president and regional sales manager for the media rep firm, Katz Communications. His study and application of Dr. Deming’s philosophy led to his 1988 selection as a founding member of the Katz Kosmic Committee, a group tasked with providing guidance and leadership in the transformation to a new sales system. As chairman of the committee from 1995-1998 he helped guide the design and implementation of various sales, technology, and management systems.

Kevin was born and raised in Washington DC and graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in history. He currently resides in Ketchum, Idaho with his wife Judy, who volunteers full-time for The Deming Institute and serves on their Advisory Council.

In July of 2022, Kevin had the exciting opportunity to speak at the Tugboat Institute’s Evergreen Conference. He discussed his grandfather’s philosophy, his impact on the world, and how modern businesses can grow and thrive by putting people first.


Kevin Cahill standing in front of a screen, in the middle of his presentation.

Click here or on the image to view the video on the Tugboat Institute’s Evergreen Journal online.


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