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Kevin is passionate about building teams that create breakthrough technologies that powerfully improve learning. He has led four educational organizations to strong growth and he actively supports K-12 causes. Under his leadership, Think Through Learning has grown from 40 to 160 employees and has twice won the prestigious Software and Information Industry Association CODiE award as the Best Math Instructional Solution (2014 and 2012). As CEO of Triumph Learning, he led its growth from 45 to more than 400 employees. Kevin also served as the CEO of Films Media Group and Newbridge Educational Publishing. He has advised both The Walt Disney Company on its global education strategy and Israeli companies on how to take their cutting-edge software to global markets.

He has spoken on technology and learning at SIIA, EdNET, APA, BMO Back To School, AGC, and the ASU Education Innovation Summit conferences and served on the executive committee of the Association of Educational Publishers. Kevin is an honors graduate of Harvard College (an undergraduate program located within Harvard University) and Columbia Business School. In 2013 — along with executive vice president and founder of Think Through Learning, Lou Piconi — he was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2013 Award winners in Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia in the software services category.

Kevin was recognized by the New York City Schools’ chancellor for his work on behalf of high-needs schools. After being Principal for a Day at PS 40, Kevin raised more than $100,000 in cash, books, technology, and supplies for it and other high-need New York schools. Kevin was honored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children along with the director of the FBI and America’s Most Wanted host John Walsh for educating children on Internet safety. He was also honored for his work on behalf of The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Safe Schools and the Association of Hispanic School Administrators. He began his career at the WGBH Educational Foundation where he was a leader of the Emmy Award-winning PBS television production teams.