Kyle joined the New Jersey Water Supply Authority—Watershed Protection Division in 2018 as an Assistant Watershed Protection Specialist. Kyle is involved with projects regarding the Authority’s invasive species management program, water monitoring programs, environmental planning, and outreach efforts.
Kyle earned his degree in Environmental Science from Fordham University, where he researched the stormwater filtration effects of soils and plants on rooftop gardens, as well as vegetative adaptations to climate change. He began his career with the Delaware DNREC as part of their Watershed Approach to Toxics and Restoration (WATAR) program, and also worked on ecological restoration and hazardous site remediation. Kyle later moved back home to New Jersey to join the Monmouth County Division of Planning, where he aided in Water Quality Management Planning, conservation planning and preservation, environmental assessments, and community outreach. Outside of work, he likes to spend as much time as possible in the sunlight, whether it is through running, surfing, hiking, or other sports.