Kevin specializes in writing about public health, environmental, water and wastewater, and international development.
International development, traditional Irish music, ethnomusicology, and filmmaking.
Six months before graduation, Kevin was able to parlay his Rutgers internship into a full-time job at the News Tribune daily newspaper in Woodbridge, N.J.
As part of this intense master's course, Kevin had the good fortune of studying under Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, White House Science Advisor John Holdren and Ambassador Samantha Power, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
Kevin has written internal and external company newsletters for Suez Environnement, based in Paris, and its U.S. subsidiary United Water. This includes ghost-writing quarterly column for Suez Environnement management.
Kevin traveled to Haiti where he researched and wrote field reports for Oxfam America on the effects of public policy on the rice market.
Kevin worked full-time for three years researching and writing grant proposals for Management Sciences for Health, Medford, MA. Most of his work centered on USAID proposals for project work in eastern Africa.
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