Since joining the firm in 2015, Kyle has worked with clients in various capacities in the firm’s site selection and incentive advisory practices to optimize value in location decisions for client projects including headquarters, data centers, office and industrial facilities. Kyle has experience working with local governments in various capacities with specializations and interests in financial analysis and economic development.
Prior to joining BLS & Co., Kyle held positions at the City of Bloomington (Indiana) and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. He holds a Master of Public Affairs with concentrations in Public Financial Administration and Public Policy Analysis from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Kyle is a member of CoreNet and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT) in the Credits and Incentives practice area.
His recent publications include “What Advanced Manufacturers Need to Thrive in the U.S.” in Trade & Industry Development and BLS & Co. blogs, “Understanding Incentives in the Automotive Industry" and "State Incentives Legislative Update - Fall 2017."