Kyle is a problem solver, developing thoughtful strategies and crunching complex data to empower communities and arm them for the future with human-centered solutions.
Kyle has broad experience, having worked in the non-profit, public, and private sectors. He brings a comprehensive understanding of the planning process and public engagement through his work on the Greenway Connectivity Plan for the Jersey City Division of Transportation Planning, capital planning for Brooklyn Bridge Park, as a business development specialist at Gensler. As an Analyst with Karp Strategies, Kyle supports clients on boroughwide workforce development programs and guiding communities through the visioning and strategic investment planning on their main street. Kyle brings a passion for placemaking and community building to each project, using a blend of qualitative and quantitative approaches. Kyle, his husband, and two cats, have lived in Brooklyn since 2017. In his spare time, Kyle enjoys long walks, biking, and trying out new recipes.