Inclusion and Community Engagement

  • Todd McKinney

Todd McKinney

Todd has been at Ursinus College for 30+ years and currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement and Student Programs within the Division of Inclusion and Community Engagement. Todd works with the UC Ambassador Program and fosters community partnerships. A member of the Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity for the past 33 years, he has served as a volunteer chapter advisor, regional director, and national officer.


He graduated from West Chester University in 1988 with a BA in Political Science and minors in Geography and Land Use Planning and in 1990 with an M.S. in Counseling (Higher Education). As an undergraduate student, Todd was heavily involved with the Campus Programming Board, served as a Resident Assistant and Orientation Assistant/Intern. While in graduate school, he oversaw a mentoring program for 200 middle & high school students in the Chester–Upland School District.

McKinney resides in Collegeville with his wife, Marion and their two children, Taylor Madison (a junior in college) and Morgan Tyler (a junior in high school). He enjoys all things jazz, photography, comic books, anything involving the History Channels, and PBS programming. In addition, McKinney has served as a volunteer in a number of youth sports programs over the years.