Kyle is a driven and creative nonprofit professional with years of experience in the field of youth development.
During his years working in youth development at the Carnegie Science Center and now Sarah Heinz House, he has built programs from the ground up and done outreach and classroom education in STEAM fields, with a particular emphasis on digital arts and environmental sustainability. He has developed outreach activities as part of his Media Lab program that have been showcased at area events and the BGCA Regional Northeast Conference. He enjoys creating digital art and doing design work, both for his organization and in his personal life.
In his work as a program director, he has managed and trained large staffs as part of afterschool services at his organization and especially during Sarah Heinz House summer day camp, where he oversaw 200+ campers and 50+ staff daily. He’s planned and executed events that have served hundreds of people. Finally, he contributes to grant-writing efforts, creates promotional materials, and does copywriting and design for the Sarah Heinz House website, social media sites, and printed collateral.
Kyle is motivated to be a part of a community that values learning, empathy, creativity, and social and environmental justice.