Bringing a unique set of skills to the TSA leadership team, Kevin is the Director of Business Development at Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, an award-winning Toronto based architecture studio. He also volunteers his time as coordinator of Twenty+Change and Parking Day Toronto. Prior to his current role there Kevin owned and operated numerous successful ventures in enterprise software solutions for over 20 years.
A long time volunteer, Kevin first started to get involved in the TSA in 2002, becoming a member of the Executive in 2004. He has played a key role at the TSA over his two decades of volunteering, and has been the lead on several TSA initiatives including the TSA Year-end Bash and the start-up of the TSA Architecture Walking Tours, as well as playing a key role in creating the position for the TSA’s first Executive Director. . His contributions have also stretched outside the bounds of programming, with sustained efforts throughout the years to modernize the back-end infrastructure of the TSA including a website revamp, introducing online ticketing, and starting our very first social media account. Kevin currently co-leads our TSA Connect initiative and continues to support the TSA’s various ongoing initiatives.
I always had an interest in architecture and planned to study it until I was talked out of it in 1986 by my architect uncle. Instead, I married an architect! I saw a need to assist the TSA with my particular business skill set and to help make the TSA more accessible with programming that is geared to the general public.