Executive Brief Biography


Kahan S. Dhillon, Jr.

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In 2003, Mr. Dhillon formed Regent Company, LLC a diversified Real Estate Investment Firm which achieved multi-million dollar revenues in only its first year and half of existence. The company is comprised of 5 business units. In 2005, the firm was named the top “Small Business of the Year” by the Mount-Vernon Lee Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Dhillon, 39, has developed and or planned billions of dollars of development in the real estate arena. His expertise and skill bring people together to achieve collaborative consensus based real estate development. Mr. Dhillon’s experience in bringing together diverse groups with a common goal is unrivaled, and has been sought out by community groups and public jurisdictions alike.

Mr. Dhillon has always had a strong personal commitment to giving back, and positively impacting his community. This commitment to others started very early in Mr Dhillon's life. This was experienced significantly by him while serving in the US house and senate as one the youngest interns in congressional history. He serves on the Board of Directors and Advisory Boards of both for, and non-profit, organizations. Examples of both, include being an active member of Kiwanis, a worldwide organization that focuses on aiding the children of the world. He was the past President of the Kiwanis Mt. Vernon Chapter and is a current member of Canton-Fells Point Chapter. Mr. Dhillon also is a member of FVC Bank, a fast-growing regional bank which just recently opened its first Baltimore Branch. FVC Bank.

For Mr. Dhillon one of his greatest passion’s lies in his fervent belief that “our children are our future”. He works on boards and organizations, both at the local and state level who focus on youth and their development. Former NFL star Santana Moss and Mr. Dhillon along with the Principal of Mt. Vernon High School, created a unique program for at risk students called Santana’s 30/30 Club. The 30/30 Club combines academic achievement, citizenship, and mentorship into one programmatic vehicle that has produced tremendous results. In 2009, The Fairfax County Public schools honored Mr. Moss an Mr. Dhillon with a prestigious Blue-Ribbon Award. Also in 2009, Mr. Dhillon’s work with youth led to Former Governor (and later Hillary Clinton’s running mate) Timothy M. Kaine appointing him to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Board of Juvenile Justice.

For his commitment to the community and his service, both houses of the Commonwealth of Virginia Assembly commended Mr. Dhillon in a Joint Resolution.

In Baltimore when the question is rightful asked “what have you done for your City?” Mr. Dhillon stands in a league of his own. Some of these efforts, contributions, and offers are listed below with more details of each to be released in the course of this historic campaign.

  • Designing and creating The Baltimore Renaissance Project, an historic $10 Billion revitalization project, the largest revitalization project in the history of Baltimore City. Value of Impact - $10 Billion
  • When the City was crippled by a severe ransomware attack last year, Mr. Dhillon stepped forward and offered Mayor Jack Young and President of the City Council Brandon Scott free assistance directly by a public Facebook post. Dhillon pledge to restore the the city IT systems. As a show of the severe polarized “Politics First” system which exists in the City, he never even received a response to his generous offer. Value of Impact – Almost $21 Million As Currently Spent by The City
  • When the City couldn’t provide Poe Homes running water last year for weeks in the dead heat of summer last year Mr. Dhillon personally offered to repair the issue at no charge, but yet again received no response from Elected Officials. Mr. Dhillon could have helped solve this public health crisis. Value of Impact – Approximately $1 Million
  • Mr. Dhillon has personally contributed and or raised tens of thousands of dollars for individuals and organizations in need at their request. Value Of Impact – Tens Of Thousands
  • In response to a the Baltimore Teachers Union (BTU) public plea for 500 Fans at the beginning of the School year. In response, Mr. Dhillon personally donated 400 plus fans and delivered them to over 10 schools in a single day. The schools and students needed the fans because of a lack of centralized HVAC in the buildings. Value of Impact - $10,000

Mr. Dhillon attributes his accomplishments to God, his family, and those special individuals in his life that have always stood by him.