Over the years, Kevin has developed a keen understanding of urban and rural planning theories and principles, and has gained practical experience assessing and evaluating plans, conducting field work, and using data and graphics to share ideas and arrive at creative solutions.
Working in a field that involves regular collaboration with engineers, architects, and landscape architects, Kevin has developed a literacy that bridges across disciplines and works to bring diverse voices to consensus. In his varied professional history, Kevin has taken on a wide range of roles and responsibilities including strategic planning, marketing, operations, research, and advocacy. He has gained valuable interpersonal and facilitation skills, having presented for private interest groups, municipal and political staff, and the public at large.
Kevin holds a BSc from the Faculty of Land and Food Systems at the University of British Columbia and is a graduate of Master of Planning program at Dalhousie University. There, he was awarded the Wallace and Marie Dykeman Prize in Rural Planning for his work on coastal access infrastructure in Lockeport, Nova Scotia.