Kyle recently graduated from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University where he earned a Master of Public Affairs. He attended the University of Central Florida for his undergraduate studies where he earned a BA in Political Science and a BS in Legal Studies. Kyle’s internships and academic studies provided him the opportunity to work on economic development projects. As a research assistant with the Sanibel Re-Analysis Team, he worked with a team to identify an Everglades restoration project that would have the most significant economic impact on the Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Most recently, Kyle interned with the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society where he reviewed documentation for refugee resettlement and researched opportunities for the self-sufficiency of refugees and asylum-seekers.