Kevin Hong is a data-driven innovator having worked with a broad range of NGOs, social enterprises, and bilateral organizations such as Africare, Aravind Eye Hospitals, Carter Center, ideas42, Innovations for Poverty Action, Proctor Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Trickle Up, and USAID. Most recently, Kevin was an M&E Advisor at Mercy Corps, especially on impact investing, social ventures, and Shared Value programs. He is currently an International Relations Officer (focusing on M&E and impact evaluations) at Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking at Department of Labor.
He holds a Master in International Affairs from SIPA and graduated from Cornell University with summa cum laude in Computational and Systems Biology. He is also a founder of the Social Enterprise Boot Camp, a hands-on skill building workshop which he started to go beyond theoretical conversations in conferences and impart actionable knowledge to aspiring social entrepreneurs. He is a reluctant triathelete and lover of outdoors and spicy food.