Kevin Fudge is the Director of Advocacy at American Student Assistance. As part of ASA’s advocacy team, he works to introduce adaptations to government systems and structures to empower students to explore a full range of education and career opportunities, pursue education after high school, and attain credentials they will need for career success. Working with policymakers, state agencies, nonprofits and private-sector corporations, Kevin raises public awareness about all pathways in post-secondary education, including career and technical education. He builds strategic alliances and coalition support to further the development and implementation of career-connected learning and provides innovative research and insightful analysis of education and workforce development trends to elected officials, secondary school administrators, higher education professionals, and think tanks. Kevin regularly speaks at conferences and policy forums and is often quoted in traditional and social media. He holds degrees from the University of Virginia and Harvard University. He serves on the boards of the Alray Scholars Program, Central Scholarship, Apprentice Learning and Minds Matter Boston.
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