Connecting and advocating for Black Women globally through acts of kindness and public policy.

Director's Biographic Brief

Kathlyn Adams Seay


Kathlyn Adams Seay is a seasoned Information Technology professional with over 30 years of experience providing high-level IT consulting in a variety of industries. Her experience includes software development, systems engineering, project and program management, business development, contract negotiation, financial analysis and fiscal budget planning and execution. Kathlyn is co-founder and President/CEO of Ross Technologies, Inc. (RTGX). As CEO, she has grown RTGX to over 160 employees and has led her executive management team with business strategy, financial planning, customer relationships and community outreach.  Kathlyn has dedicated much of her time, resources and knowledge to local, national and international community programs, with special attention given to those that touch on youth, minority, and women empowerment. Kathlyn proudly serves on the board for the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute. She is also a member of the Columbia Maryland Chapter of The Links Incorporated and a contributing member of the NAACP. Kathlyn is the Executive Director of the Greater Baltimore CARES Circle of the National CARES Mentoring Movement. She is devoted to making a difference in the lives of young people through mentoring and philanthropy efforts. Kathlyn is a member of Living Classrooms’ Board of Trustees and has assisted in building the RTGX & Greater Baltimore CARES Technology Center in the POWER House. She sees her mission in life as being a leading example for the foundation of a young person’s dream of becoming an entrepreneur, stepping in the tradition of “each one, teach one.