Kevin M. Lynch

Kevin M. Lynch


Faculty Member Kevin Lynch Landscape Photo

Faculty Instructor

Areas of Expertise:

Annuities, Disability Insurance, Employee Benefits, Financial Planning, Life Insurance Planning, Life Insurance Practices, Life Insurance Products, Long-Term Care Insurance and Planning, Practice Management, Property & Casualty Insurance

BS, The University of the State of New York
MBA, University of Central Oklahoma
ABD, Doctoral Candidate, DBA, Wilmington University


Kevin M. Lynch, MBA, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, RHU®, REBC®, CASL®, CAP®, LUTCF, FSS, is a faculty instructor at The American College of Financial Services. Professor Lynch teaches Techniques for Prospecting, Essentials of Disability Income Insurance and Essentials of Annuities. He also teaches insurance courses for The College’s Solomon S. Huebner School and advises students on the Retirement Income Certified Professional® (RICP®), CFP® Certification Programs®, and Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®) curricula.

Before joining The College, Professor Lynch worked in the lending, insurance and financial services industry. He was first licensed in Life Insurance in 1981 and has been licensed in Property & Casualty Insurance since 1984. In 1998, he built a "scratch" property & casualty agency, and continued as agency owner with Nationwide Insurance through 2004. From October 2004 through October 2005, Professor Lynch served The American College as Associate Vice President of Advancement. Most recently, he was affiliated with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans where he served as Financial Consultant and Regional Management Associate. In 2010, NAIFA recognized Professor Lynch with the National Quality Award (NQA) for his dedication to the insurance industry and his clients.

Professor Lynch has been quoted in various financial publications, including Financial Planning Magazine, on the subject of professional designations and their importance in the continuing education of financial services professionals and in Ft. Worth’s Star-Telegram on the subject of long-term care insurance planning.

Professor Lynch earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from The University of the State of New York in Albany, NY, and he holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK. He currently is enrolled in Wilmington University, New Castle, DE, completing requirements to earn his Doctor of Business Administration Degree.


FA 200 Techniques for Prospecting: Prospect or Perish

HS 311 Fund of Insurance Planning