Kevin is passionate about leveraging his skillsets in qualitative and quantitative research to assist clients in identifying market vulnerabilities, as well as areas of opportunity. With experience in the government public health space and the private research arena, he utilizes his unique perspectives to assist his clients in answering complex questions and gaining insights into different sectors of society. Ultimately, Kevin provides clients with insightful information and actionable solutions to guide strategic decision-making.
Prior to joining HawkPartners, Kevin served as the Clinical Affairs Manager at The Geneva Foundation while working on a large, multi-state medical device clinical trial. Before joining The Geneva Foundation, he completed a fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Ga. During his fellowship, Kevin supported CDC’s public health emergency responses to the 2014 Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa (and subsequently in the United States) and the 2014 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) outbreak.
In his time away from work, Kevin enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter, trying new foods, and experiencing the wonder of life through the eyes of their toddler. As an avid sports player and fan, Kevin can always be found cheering for his beloved Manchester United, Stanford University sports teams (he bleeds cardinal and white), and all Atlanta sports franchises.
Kevin earned his BA in Human Biology from Stanford University and received his MPH in Epidemiology and his Ph.D. in Public Health from the University of Georgia.