BA, State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo
MEd, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PhD, The Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Kevin Duquette began his career as a member of Teach for America, during which he taught English Language-Arts to high school students in rural North Carolina. He holds school counseling licensure (Gr. 5-12, MA; Advanced K-12, NC), and is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Kevin spent three years working as a school counselor in urban and suburban schools. His scholarship has allowed him to present at national, regional, and state-level conferences, and publish in outlets such as Professional School Counseling and The Journal of Counseling and Development, among others. Kevin has also held leadership positions at the state and regional levels including acting as a Regional Delegate (NCSCA), Chair of the Recruitment and Membership Committee (PCA), and North Atlantic Graduate Student Representative (NARACES). Kevin’s research focuses on school counselor identity, model school counseling programs, and equitable school counseling interventions for students of color.