Kevin became involved with KSTF in 2003, when he was selected as a Teaching Fellow in the physical science cohort. As a Senior Fellow, he is an active participant in KSTF’s Practitioner Inquiry for the Next Generation (PING) group. Additionally, he acts as a resource for Teaching Fellows, Teacher Developers and the Senior Program Officer in phase three of the fellowship.
While studying marine science at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Kevin worked at an environmental consulting firm in the Hazmat, Geotechnical and Lead/Asbestos departments. He also worked at the Rutgers Marine Field Station, located in Tuckerton, N.J. Interested in learning more education, Kevin enrolled in the Master of Science in Teaching program, with an emphasis on secondary education, at Rowan University.
For nine years, Kevin has taught various subjects at Lenape High School, including honors and college preparatory chemistry and college preparatory environmental Earth science. He is an in-district trainer within the Lenape Regional High School District, where he has taught a new teacher course—Studying Skillful Teaching—for the last five years. Kevin has exhibited teacher leadership on the national stage, as a three-time conference presenter for the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA).
Born in Tabernacle, N.J., Kevin still resides nearby in the town of Marlton.