Kevin provides comprehensive advocacy and government relations services to clients before the city of Pittsburgh and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He counsels clients on public policy matters and helps them to build relationships and successfully navigate bipartisan legislative and regulatory environments across Pennsylvania.
Born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, Kevin understands the dynamics of the region and has developed key relationships through years of professional and volunteer experience. He also has keen strategic and operational vision, cultivated through his in-house business operations experience and educational background.
Kevin has significant experience in the emerging tech and startup industries. Before joining Cozen O’Connor, Kevin served as a regional head of public policy for Uber, directing the company’s state and local government and regulatory engagement and social impact work across Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. At Uber, Kevin successfully navigated complex, high-profile issues ranging from public transit partnerships to the growth and early public policy development for self-driving technology in Pennsylvania. Kevin has also served as a senior government relations adviser for DoorDash, guiding the company through public policy work in Pennsylvania and Michigan. Before working in the private sector, Kevin served as chief of staff to Pittsburgh City Council President Bruce A. Kraus, where he directed all legislation, communications, and community affairs for the council president.
Kevin is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, where he completed his B.A. magna cum laude focused in public policy & urban planning. He has also completed two executive education programs at Harvard Business School focused in business strategy & leadership. Kevin is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh’s Leadership Development Initiative, Class XXIII, and has served in a leadership capacity for several nonprofit boards and task forces in Pennsylvania.