Kevin grew up in a small town right outside of Baltimore, Maryland helping where he could on the family farm. Kevin’s parents knew he was a thrill seeker at a young age and were able to find a healthy outlet in sports where Kevin became a respected athlete winning several state titles in both Cross-Country and Track & Field as well as setting school records that still stand today.
Kevin began his journey of self-discovery earlier than most when his best friend and brother was diagnosed with Williams syndrome at a very early age, and as Kevin grew into himself, he realized he could make a difference in people’s lives. He has volunteered with the Williams Syndrome Association since 2007 at different conferences and conventions all across the U.S. At the age of 18, Kevin decided to bicycle 7,000 miles around the country from Maryland to Oregon to then run 2,600 miles back to Maryland camping out wherever he could. This was Kevin’s first taste of the great outdoors and it didn’t stop there. The next 5 years, he completed hiking the Appalachian Trail in 88 days, walked the state of Florida barefoot, and bicycled 3 more times across the country. After seeing his brother cheer for him on the sidelines Kevin bumped him up to “Varsity” and purchased a tandem bicycle which together they rode 1,200 miles up the East Coast meeting Williams Syndrome families along the way.
After many years of traveling, Kevin decided to slow down and settle in Southern Utah where he worked as guide for a wilderness therapy program striving to be the mentor to struggling teens he wished he'd had growing up. Kevin is thrilled to be a part of the Operations Team at Evoke and to continue to make a difference in our client's lives.
Nowadays you can find Kevin riding around town on anything with two wheels trying to find hidden gems that the world has to offer. Kevin enjoys spending quality time with his family and his 4-legged son Ranger, continuing to grow into a better person.
“If you’re not sitting on the edge of your seat, you’re taking up too much room”.