Curtis joined Sensory Kids in May 2015. Curtis is helping develop programs to better assist
families at Sensory Kids. Curtis will be assisting therapy, leading English language classes,
and will be building and expanding Sensory Kids partnerships and collaborations.
Curtis received his Masters in Social Work from Temple University in Philadelphia, United
States. Curtis counselled urban youth aged 6-14. He has worked with people experiencing
homelessness, individuals and families living in poverty, and individuals living with HIV/AIDS. In
Kramatorsk, Ukraine, Curtis taught English to pupils in grades 6 - 11 and organised English
clubs for children, university students, and adults. He also developed city-wide and nation-wide
events to educate and train youth. Curtis taught cultural anthropology courses at Kansas State
University in Manhattan, KS, United States.
Curtis grew up in Kansas City, but has lived in Philadelphia, Denver, and Phoenix in the U.S.
and Kramatorsk in Ukraine. He loves going on hikes in the mountains or walking just about
anywhere. He is always listening to or making music, loves Kansas City Royals baseball, and
always has room for dessert.