Please meet our new IT director…


Kevin comes to Health Care for the Homeless from Inovalon, a Maryland health care analytics company where he was director of security and privacy. Before that, he spent much of his career at Lockheed Martin, helping lead the aerospace and advanced technology giant’s cyber security and privacy efforts. The son of a social worker who led a mental health legal services agency in New York State, he wanted his next career move to be in the nonprofit world. 

“I wanted my next position to be more about the mission,” Kevin says. “My main professional focus has been security, but at Health Care for the Homeless I will be able to do security and technology. I am a big believer in the need to build both together. And it will be a matter of finding the appropriate amount of IT rigor for Health Care for the Homeless and making sure systems are up and available when they are needed.”

Kevin grew up in upstate New York, in Utica and Rochester, and then attended college in Albany. He moved to Maryland 20 years ago, as part of the 1995 merger between Lockheed Corporation and Martin Marietta. His wife is a 2nd-grade schoolteacher, as is one of his daughters; his other daughter is in retail management and his son is a reserve in the U.S. Marines.

Kevin is a baseball fan. Our team is his team: the O’s. And he and his wife are working on visiting all 50 states, and in the process, seeing all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums.

Welcome, Kevin!

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