Kevin received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History with minors in Psychology and Coaching from Marist College and a Master of Science degree in Education from Simmons College. Kevin is also a Licensed Teacher of Students with Severe Disabilities.
Kevin has worked for more than 15 years with students with autism and their families. He has extensive experience in developing, training, implementing, and monitoring behavior change programs using the techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis. He also has significant expertise in creating curricula to meet IEP objectives for a wide range of learners. At Crossroads, Kevin has designed, developed, and implemented new curriculum, progress monitoring and reporting systems, and staff training and supervision programs.
Kevin finds it rewarding to be a part of a community of students, parents, and faculty who work together to achieve the best possible outcomes and is grateful for the opportunity to contribute to Crossroads. In his free time, Kevin enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with family, and coaching soccer.