“I was inspired by Father Fabretto’s great commitment to serve and his contagious joy… Today, people—students, parents, friends—feel that they belong to Fabretto and are part of progress in making the world a better place.”
Kevin has played an integral role in Fabretto’s evolution and development from his first visit to Nicaragua in 1989 as a Georgetown volunteer to his current role as Chief Excutive Officer (CEO). He remains deeply committed to the meaningful relationships that Fabretto has cultivated over the past 60 years in communities throughout Nicaragua.
After Father Fabretto’s untimely death in 1990, Kevin assumed a leadership role in continuing the legacy of Father Fabretto’s lifetime of service to the poorest children in Nicaragua. Under his guidance, Fabretto has grown from group homes serving fewer than 300 children to an established organization that impacts over 20,000 children in Education Centers and schools throughout Nicaragua.
As CEO of Fabretto, Kevin works to expand Fabretto’s reach both internally and externally. From his home base in Managua, Kevin orients all programs toward Fabretto’s mission and develops new initiatives in collaboration with the program staff. In addition, he shares Fabretto’s story with friends and supporters that can help Fabretto continue to provide hope for children in Nicaragua. Kevin earned a B.A. from Georgetown University in 1989 and an MBA from the Kellogg Business School in 1996.