Kevin Ozar graduated with degrees in History, English and Education from the University of Dayton and has a Masters in Teaching and Learning from Marygrove College. He was a classroom teacher for 25 years and taught every grade from 6-12. He is now a consultant and trainer for the Boomerang Project, traveling around the hemisphere helping teachers and students improve the culture of their schools and foster youth leadership. In addition, he co-founded the Blume AV Club, an educational tech company, and sits on the board of the nonprofit Friends of Kenyan Orphans, an organization that builds and supports schools for children in Northern Kenya. He and his wife are both alumni of GP public schools, and his two children are currently students at South.