Kevin is the co-founder of Save the Children’s Innovation Accelerator and Director of New Partnership Development, focused on identifying partnerships at the leading edge of our mission for children. Kevin works with technical program teams to identify, refine and disseminate innovative development approaches with a clear social impact. He is instrumental in raising seed funding from private and institutional donors interested in scaling breakthrough approaches to address children’s health, education and livelihood outcomes. During his tenure at Save the Children, Kevin has cultivated a number of notable partnerships with foundation, external affairs, marketing and HR teams at Fortune 500 companies such as Accenture, Mattel, Facebook, Google, P&G, and more.
Prior to joining Save the Children, Kevin worked in business development at the Earthwatch Institute. Kevin also spent a decade working in multiple organizations across advocacy, political organizing and marketing. Kevin graduated as a New England Scholar from The University of Connecticut with degrees in philosophy and political science. Kevin recently completed his MBA, also at UConn, and is a trained mediator. Kevin lives in Monroe, Connecticut with his wife Amanda, his daughter Cecelia and his son Tommy.