Kit serves as Senior Director, Programs for Convergence. He brings nearly 20 years of experience in the conflict resolution field, including facilitating contentious community-based civil rights conflicts, designing multi-party problem solving and dialogue processes, and developing and evaluating dialogue programs and trainings.
Prior to joining Convergence, Kit served as Program Director for the Community Relations Service (CRS), USDOJ, where he led the agency’s program development, staff development, and evaluation programs. In that position he led the development of numerous facilitation and training programs for community stakeholders, trainings for agency staff, and the agency’s first-ever evaluation program. Kit also created and led the agency’s virtual service delivery and e-learning strategies. As conciliation specialist for CRS, he provided facilitation, mediation, and training services to diverse communities and institutions experiencing racial tensions and the impacts of alleged hate crimes.
Kit has a master’s degree in conflict resolution from University of Denver.
When he isn’t working, Kit enjoys taking photos with vintage cameras, seeing live music, refinishing mid-century modern furniture, and camping around Colorado with his amazing wife Amberly, and dogs Alma and Pilar.