I’m Kevin Huynh (pron. “hwin”). It’s a pleasure to meet you.
I grew up just outside of Boulder, CO in a small town called Niwot. After grad school for Mechanical Engineering, I turned down a job at a big Bay Area tech company, traded my belongings for food and moved cross-country to collaborate on a few ambitious, creative projects I couldn’t stop thinking about.
I spent some time relaunching The Feast Conference, and then I led a passionate team as COO at CreativeMornings expanding their free lecture series to over 100 cities. After that, I was the Head of Growth at Classcraft, helping teachers engage students by transforming class into an RPG. Today, I work freelance as a project manager helping good things grow.
I’m also a sucker for a good side project, and this website is mostly dedicated to those wondrous experiments.
If you want to collaborate, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m available via e-mail or in-person at the killer taqueria beneath my apartment in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
“A Conference That Calls On Participants To Tackle Global Challenges”
- GOOD Magazine
“A Global Dinner Party to Save the World”
“NYC Feast to International Social Innovation Community”
“How Jerri Chou Is Changing The World One Dinner At A Time”
- The Daily Meal
“Host a Dinner Party to Change the World”
“Sobering health stats get a Healthy Dose of Imagination”
“A Visual Guide To Health Care Innovation”
“Rhode Island School of Design and CreativeMornings present: The Intersection of Arts + Technology”
“TED for Design Wonks: CreativeMornings Offers Coffee and a Shot of Inspiration”
- The Atlantic
“CreativeMornings: a Monthly Campfire for Designers”
“Practical Matters: A Conversation with CreativeMornings COO Kevin Huynh”
“Resolutions For Good”
- Apartment Therapy
“Resolutions For Good: Make 2012 the Year of Doing Good for Others!”
- The Oprah Blog
“The Life Lifter: Thank You, Mrs. Tuckey”
- GOOD Magazine
“New Campaign Gives Us All a Chance to Thank a Teacher”
“Dear Great Teachers,”
- MTV Act
“Dear Great Teachers, Thanks For Teaching Us”
“Hundreds of Disposable Cameras Being Passed Around the World”
“How Do You Take A Camera Viral?”
“Check it out: Common Camera Project”
- The Daily Californian
“Campus Grad Student Founds Global Camera Project”