Kevin is Director of Learning at FUSE Corps. Through mid-career executive fellows, FUSE partners with U.S. cities across a range of issue areas, including: transportation, infrastructure, health & human services, workforce development, education, housing & homelessness, economic development, equity & inclusion, public safety, emergency services and climate change. Previously, he worked at the Stanford Graduate School of Business LEAD Program in Corporate Innovation, an executive education program. While at Stanford, he also worked for executive education programs including the Corporate Entrepreneur: Driving Innovation and New Ventures and other more customized programs.
Prior to this executive education work, Kevin worked in professional development for more than 10 years as co-founder of Onida Inc., and also worked in investment banking and healthcare services. Kevin earned his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, with a certificate in Public Management. He earned a BA from Morehouse College.
He is currently pursuing a doctorate from the University of Southern California focused on the future of work. Specifically, his focus is how to best bridge the skills-gaps that cities experience. He is working on how to identify and scale strategic models to re-skill workforces.
Why are you optimistic about the future of work?
At various moments in history, people have been galvanized to address seemingly insurmountable economic challenges before. Our movement can achieve this again.