Kevin is a connector, city-builder, and military officer working to build a stronger, more resilient and prosperous Canada through social innovation and cross-sectoral collaboration.
As Partnerships Lead at Ryerson University’s Magnet Project, Kevin is building cross-sectoral partnerships across Canada to combat unemployment and underemployment among individuals facing barriers connecting to jobs. He is also a CivicAction DiverseCity Fellow, former banker, and a naval intelligence officer at Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship YORK active in city-building.
In Toronto, Kevin serves as Co-Chair of the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy, Board Director for the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, and Chair of the Southcore Community Association as well as other city committees and community boards. He also sits on the University of Western Ontario, his alma mater, Council of Presidents as Chairman of the Dan Management Advisory Council.
Named Canada’s Top Under 30 Pan-Asian leader in 2014, Kevin has represented Canada at multiple international forums including the 2010 G8 and G20 Summits, the 2013 G20 Summit and an economic and development trade mission to the Asian Pacific.
He was a Geneva Challenge global finalist, 2016 Next Gen Leader with Canada’s Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, and was awarded in 2016 a Harvard Kennedy School of Government Executive Education Fellowship to take part in their Emerging Leaders program. Most recently, Kevin was appointed a Public Fellow as a leading Canadian thinker under 35 for the 2016 Spur Festival and a Junior Fellow at the Canadian Centre for Responsibility to Protect at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.