After graduating from Harvard University in 2000, Kevin worked with the New England Center Deafblind Project at Perkins School for the Blind. He relocated to Portland, Oregon in 2003, and spent five years with the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center. Kevin received his Doctor of Audiology from the University of Florida, completing his clinical training at two prominent cochlear implant centers– Shands Hospital and Oregon Health Science University. He was active in clinical research involving speech-based optimization of cochlear implants and hearing aids. Kevin received the Joseph F. Kemker Award for Excellence in Clinical and Academic Audiology in 2009.
Kevin returned to Tucker Maxon School, having served as the audiologist here from 2012-2014. He has been actively involved in community education, speaking to groups of parents, audiologists, and patients about hearing loss and cochlear implantation.
For the past several years, Kevin had worked with two of the three cochlear implant manufacturers, providing support to patients, clinicians, and surgeons throughout the Pacific Northwest. Kevin lives in Northeast Portland with his wife Sandy and his daughter Judy Lee (born January 2014).