Kevin is a Career Coach supporting the College of Health and Public Service (HPS). He earned his Master of Arts (MA) in College Student Personnel (CSP) from Bowling Green State University, and his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics with a minor in Asian American Studies at Ohio State University. Throughout his career, he has focused on promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in higher education with a specialization in working with Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) students. As a first-generation college student, he understands the struggle of figuring out all the possible resources that a university can have, so he hopes to help make that experience more accessible and digestible for UNT students! In addition to being in career services, he has accrued experience with residence life, live-in learning communities, multicultural services, and teaching.
The best piece of advice he has been given is: “Be confident in yourself because you are more than capable to do the work”. Research Interests: Hobbies: Outside of work, he enjoys cooking, traveling, working out, K-pop, watching K-dramas or anime, and playing video games. He is also an avid tech lover who custom built his PC and keyboard! Fun Facts: Kevin has climbed to the highest point of the Fushimi Inari Shrine (2.5 miles/4K) in Kyoto, Japan.