Kyle Davis Richardson is a former National League Football player and currently a successful entrepreneur. Over a 9-year NFL career, he played for six teams, including a four-year stint with the Baltimore Ravens that included a Super Bowl championship. While with the Ravens in 1999, he set a then NFL record, landing 39 punts inside the 20-yard line, and raising thousands of dollars to support the ALS Association.
During his playing career, Kyle’s entrepreneurial interest was piqued, and following his playing days, he helped turn 1st National Title in Baltimore, MD into one of the largest title companies within the state of Maryland in 2 years. As Managing Partner, he was responsible for helping bring on new business and helped deliver major accounts such as CitiMortgage, Wachovia Bank, and HSBC. In 2008, Kyle also became a board member of GreenConencted.com, which helps promote environmentally sustainable companies to the marketplace.
In 2010, Kyle launched a sports website called AthleteTransitions.com, which helped athletes in various stages of their career become more well-rounded in financial education and life strategies. In 2011, he and his business associate, Matt Stover, sold the start-up to NFL Properties, LLC.
Kyle became a 2012 member of the Shock Trauma Board of Visitors and is an active advocate for one of Maryland’s greatest safety blankets to its citizens.
In 2012, Kyle was introduced to Tom Hudson and Marty Ostendorf and the three of them founded Caring One, and Kyle stepped into the role of Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Leveraging relationships he has built over the years, Kyle oversees the business development direction of the company. Utilizing his experience in the field of healthcare, Kyle builds upon his entrepreneurial approach to help Caring One clients achieve their goals and meet their expectations.
VP Of Sales/Marketing