Keion grew up in East Price Hill. Keion has four older brothers and one older sister. He was raised by his mother who he watched struggle to make ends meet. But as he grew older, he took on her example of perseverance to overcome the adversity that he would experience in his early pre-teen and teenage years.
Keion worked in the inner city for years working with the next generation of students growing up in Price Hill. He also went on to work in vocational ministry in Lexington, Kentucky and Troy, Ohio.
Keion has had experience in developing leaders and students. Keion and his wife have dedicated their lives to walking with young people who are coming from hard places. They are believers that hope with actions brings reality to dreams but hope without actions remains just hope. They desire to challenge students to think bigger than their current circumstances.
Keion works to leave behind the legacy that “The Siler’s ALWAYS showed up.” No matter if they are celebrating or mourning with someone. Keion is excited to work for Found Village to live out this mantra that he has for his family.