Kevin started off at IIBHB as an intern over the summer after high school graduation developing Hydrogramin technology by using hydrogeology and environmental engineering, organizing the annual conference, and helping to expand outreach efforts. He is currently a first-year undergraduate studying civil and environmental engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Kevin plans to pursue a research project related to social justice and engineering in the field of groundwater and soil contamination with remediation solutions in the summer of 2016 and beyond in the Bay Area and in the London metropolitan area while studying and pursuing an independent supervision at the University of Cambridge. He is also incorporating environmental justice, sociopolitical, cultural, and demographic factors into his engineering work by current working on wastewater treatment and groundwater testing project in West Oakland under the guidance of the Berkeley Water Center and the Blum Center for Developing Economies. Kevin is also a research assistant in the Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory and at the University of California, San Francisco, in addition to writing about water and environmental issues in the California Section of the Berkeley Political Review. Kevin is learning German and Korean in addition to knowing English, Chinese, and Japanese. Kevin likes to pursue rowing, hiking, running, playing horn, traveling, eating, and exploring in his free time.