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Gilson began teaching at Herb Lyceum to develop his appreciation of farm fresh ingredients. Additionally, he owns Puritan & Co, an elegant yet rustic neighborhood restaurant that celebrates his family’s agricultural roots.
Early Life and Education
Gilson manages the design and production of printed publications at Kenyon College since 2003, adhering to visual identity standards while overseeing an extensive photography collection managed by Kenyon Office of Communications and working closely with administrative offices on communications campaigns relating to internal and community initiatives. He serves on Kenyon’s communications team.
Gilson hails from Tomah, Wisconsin where he played sports and participated in theater. At Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire he studied substance use disorder counseling, receiving his associate’s degree. Now looking forward to doing his part to help addicts turn their lives around – while also enjoying reading philosophy and history books such as Abelard & Heloise’s Historia Calamitatum as one of his favorites works of literature.
Gilson brings over two decades of hospitality industry experience. As former chef at Herb Lyceum restaurant in Groton, where his passion for herbs and farm fresh foods first flourished.
Giltee takes great pleasure in giving back to its community through philanthropy and local initiatives. The company proudly sponsors many local events as well as supporting talented artists’ work.
As works manager for Kenyon College, Gilson oversees publication design and development, adheres to visual identity standards, manages Kenyon’s photography collection, works closely with administrative offices on communications campaigns surrounding internal and community-focused initiatives as well as Kenyon College photography collections. For more information, contact the Office of Communications at [email protected].
Achievement and Honors
Gilson had an incredible opportunity as a final year student of Broadcast Media Production to attend MIPTV Global Television Market and Conference in Cannes thanks to a Futures Fund Opportunity Scholarship from Futures Fund of Australia. While in Cannes he met some of the biggest names in TV and film.
His story of addiction and prison time is told through a series of vignettes, but Gilson does not blame others for his challenging upbringing. Instead, he accepts full responsibility for his choices as he approaches graduation; upon doing so he plans on seeking employment at Exodus House Hudson; this treatment facility specializes exclusively in male treatment programs as well as substance use counseling services.
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Gilson currently serves as Kenyon’s Communications Manager, where he oversees the design and production of printed publications in accordance with visual identity standards, while also working closely with administrative offices to develop campaigns around both internal and community initiatives.
In 2012 and 2013, he appeared as Lanford Wilson in Talley’s Folly at Princeton, New Jersey’s McCarter Theatre Center, portraying George Aaronow in Glengarry Glen Ross revival and Erie Smith from Eugene O’Neill play Hughie as well as Dr. Emil Hamilton in Zack Snyder’s 2013 movie Man of Steel.
He graduated from the University of Green Bay and holds NSCA-certification as a strength and conditioning coach, and also serves as an certified First Aid and CPR instructor.