Kyle is a community designer with a decade of hands-on experience and expertise in the fields of distributed networks, grassroots organizing, civic engagement and creative exploration. His work in these fields has been amplified by a national student network of 10,000 international development advocates at Engineers Without Borders Canada while serving as their first Creative Director, a city-wide volunteer community of 150+ grassroots park community groups in Toronto as Park People’s Communications, Events & Community Manager, and currently 180+ chapters of the global creative speaker series CreativeMornings, where he serves as COO.
As a host and facilitator of 1000+ events that have welcomed over 500,000 people, Kyle is fascinated by the connections people make with each other and the opportunity that forms around each of those connections.
Kyle was born in Toronto and is currently based in Brooklyn.
Make yourself heard with a humbleness that keeps you quiet
Vandana Shiva, for opposing unfathomable power articulately and passionately.
Kyle’s CreativeMornings activity
Scott Belsky The Middle of The Creative Process
Jessica Bellamy Seven Ways To Galvanize Your Curiosity
Jon Setzen Founder, CreativeMornings/Los Angeles
Don’t be a dick to yourself.
We need to get people on our teams that reflect the broader community.
Be confident in your abilities. Live fearless. Find your happy place. Bring cookies.
Most people know the cost of everything and the value of nothing.
Amy Sherald Amy Sherald - Empathy
Josh Clark Debbie Millman reads the CreativeMornings manfiesto
Josh Clark The Era of the Algorithm
Jacqui Lewis Revolutionary Love
Phil Toledano Death Is a Start, But It's Not The End
Kerr Smith Design Helen Kerr & Nigel Smith
John Fluevog Business with Death
CreativeMornings Summit 2016 Giddyup!
Harry Pickens How Compassion Fuels Creativity
Cities are stories that go on and on and we all get to play a part of these stories.
Point your camera towards the stories that need to be told. Pick up your pen and write the stories that the communities that are most vulnerable and do it with love and dignity and respect.
Jocelyn Glei Working in the Age of Distraction
Paola Mendoza Q&A with Paola Mendoza