Kevin Hawryluk is a Senior Analyst with Walker Sands Communications.

As a Senior Analyst, Kevin is working to improve the SEO and PPC reporting process by designing tools for conducting deeper analysis and automating data collection and report generation. So far, Kevin has automated a large portion of Walker Sands’ monthly SEO reporting and is currently working on developing a web application to expedite PPC data collection and processing. On top of this, Kevin collaborates across departments to enhance PR and Social reporting by developing solutions to improve data accuracy and internal efficiency.

Prior to working at Walker Sands, Kevin worked at several nonprofit research organizations as well as at a small consulting firm. In these roles, Kevin became skilled at evaluating organizations’ challenges and improving processes for managing and analyzing data.
Kevin received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and minors in Economics and Urban Studies from the University of Michigan. In Ann Arbor, he supported economic development research projects on communities across the Midwest, as well as in American Samoa. From this experience, Kevin became skilled at identifying trends within data and developing solutions to complex challenges, which he continues to relay into improving digital marketing campaigns at Walker Sands


What is your favorite book of all time?

I will always be a huge Harry Potter fan. That was the first book/series that got me into reading.

What is your favorite place in Chicago that isn't a typical tourist destination?

As a Hyde Park resident, I really enjoy visiting Promontory Point. It is a great place to hang out by the lake that isn't overly crowded.

Would you rather have the office stocked 24/7 with Starbucks coffee or Garrett's popcorn?

Garrett's popcorn. I can make do with a normal cup of coffee if I have awesome snacks on hand.

If you could live anywhere else in the world, where would you live?

I would live in New York City. I love the big city life in Chicago, but I really miss the real pizza, bagels and cheesesteaks that surround you on the east coast.