Kevin Naaman became a project support staff member at Eppley Institute in 2017. Kevin’s work with Eppley is informed by his progress as a master’s degree student in Outdoor Recreation and his experience as a research assistant in the fields of public health and recreation. His experience in conducting research helps Eppley continue to create and distribute informative content that guides parks and recreation agencies’ decision-making.
His current work as a Graduate Assistant at IU’s School of Public Health focuses on studying the health impacts of recreation. He is one of the cofounders of a multidisciplinary research team at the School of Public Health whose goal is to identify the health and wellness benefits of various forms of recreation. Kevin has bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Anthropology.