While our faculty and staff members represent a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and areas of interest, they’re all dedicated to a common goal—supporting the Duke community in changing the world through entrepreneurial action.
Kevin Hoch is responsible for the operational oversight of the education segment within the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative including undergraduate, graduate, and professional educational programing. He also directs the Duke in Silicon Valley study away program. Throughout his career Kevin has woven together an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit to create, develop, and implement a diverse range of educational programs. He is a trained educator, team facilitator, and coach who has led and developed multicultural and cross functional teams on a global scale. Kevin’s passion for program development began through his work at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, where he played a lead program management role in the global expansion of Executive MBA programs and the launching of the Master of Management Studies degree. Prior to joining the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative, Kevin was an Assistant Vice President for Credit Suisse within the Strategic Change Group, leading teams on global change projects for Asset Servicing.
Kevin has a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration from North Carolina State University and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.