Kevin received his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Scranton. After graduation, Kevin worked at The Value Line, as a stock analyst covering small and midcap stocks. He next worked as a statistician at American Banker, a daily newspaper dedicated to the U.S. banking industry.
Starting in 1998, Kevin worked at Morgan Stanley as a financial analyst covering mutual funds for several years, later switching to covering institutional accounts.
Kevin left Morgan Stanley to attend Fordham University School of Law. After graduating from Fordham, Kevin worked at the Manhattan law firm of Thacher, Proffitt, & Wood, specializing in mortgage loan structured finance.
Kevin’s public service career began at the New York City Campaign Finance Board, where he worked as a Compliance Analyst during the 2009 citywide elections, investigating violations of Campaign Finance and Election law.
Kevin started working for the Courts as a Chamber Volunteer Attorney to the Honorable Justice Eileen A. Rakower and the Honorable Justice Manuel J. Mendez in Supreme Court, Civil Branch, New York County. Thereafter, Kevin joined Judge Mendez’s Chambers as a Court Attorney.
In February 2014, Kevin became the Principal Law Clerk to the Honorable Justice Judith N. McMahon, Administrative Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District.
Kevin has been married for three years to his wife Alison, an attorney for the New York City Fire Department. They have a daughter, Arden.