Kevin works closely with Geo-Technology Practice Head Paul Triolo to help clients understand how rapid innovation is reshaping relationships among states, citizens, and non-state groups. He analyzes how these changes will affect companies, investors, and governments. Kevin also contributes to Signal, Eurasia Group's newsletter on geopolitics.
Kevin started his career at the Financial Times in London and then wrote for the newspaper from New York and San Francisco, where he covered Silicon Valley. He later worked in global equity sales at UBS and as a columnist at Reuters. Kevin holds an bachelor's degree in biochemistry from the University of Missouri and a master's degree in public policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, where he focused on science and technology policy. He was a Fulbright Scholar in Vienna, Austria, and a 2015 Journalism Fellow in Complex Systems Science at the Santa Fe Institute. When Kevin is not thinking about emerging technologies, cyber threats, and global politics, he enjoys learning new languages and the outdoors. He also cooks a mean chile verde.