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Kevin M. Desormeaux

Digitial Content Manager
(916) 419-7111



Kevin joined the PLF Communications Team in March, 2015, as Digital Content Manager.  In his position he is responsible for the design, content, and management of PLF’s Website.

Kevin works closely with the other members of PLF’s communications team in optimizing the non-profit foundation’s on-line information, digital communications, and social media activities, which support the foundation’s legal and development teams.

He has considerable experience in digital entertainment, visual communications, social media, and marketing.

Before joining PLF, he served as the graphic designer and content editor for Firehive Studio in Tracy, CA.  He has performed design and marketing for several businesses in central California.

He holds a bachelors degree from the ITT Technical Institute in Lathrop, where he also served as an instructor of the Adobe Creative Suite.

His hobbies include photography, film, and radio production.

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