Kevin is a health policy analyst passionate about improving pricing transparency and reducing health disparities. He received his MPP from Harvard Kennedy School and his BA from Middlebury College.
While at HKS, Kevin received a full-tuition John F. Kennedy fellowship. He managed a student-run office that facilitated volunteer opportunities throughout the Harvard community and served on the student government’s election committee.
Before graduate school, Kevin worked in antitrust where he primarily helped investigate and litigate health insurance mergers. He was a three-time recipient of the Assistant Attorney General Award of Distinction for his contributions to several high-profile merger litigations.
In his spare time, Kevin enjoys volunteering, being close to foul play balls at baseball games, and heading to the symphony. While he currently plays the viola only sporadically, Kevin spent his high school days performing at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and he studied under several members of the Philadelphia Orchestra.