About Us


At KidKam our mission is to empower parents and educators to regain control over how their kids watch videos online by harnessing the knowledge and expertise of licensed elementary school teachers and pediatricians.  

We are always looking to make KidKam better.  If you have ideas or feedback for us on ways we can do this please send your thoughts to [email protected] 

Thanks for being a part of what we are doing and be sure to tell others about KidKam! 

KidKam Founders

Nick Lind is a Co-Founder of KidKam and a kindergarten teacher in Boston, MA. He received an undergraduate degree in Visual Arts with a minor in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College and a masters degree in Urban Education from Simmons College. In his spare time, Nick enjoys hiking, camping and is an avid fisherman.
Zac Corrigan is a Co-Founder and CEO of KidKam. He is married to KidKam screener Dr. Moira Zabel and the proud parent of a beautiful baby girl named Phoebe. When not changing dirty diapers and working he tries his best to steal away for a few hours of sailing or hiking.
Adam Alves is a Co-Founder of KidKam and serves as the Chief Development Officer. He is the proud father of two young children, ages 7 and 9. Adam works as a Performance Improvement Specialist helping non-profits to reach their goals and fulfill their missions. He enjoys spending time with his kids, working out, and Boston sports.
Dr. Moira is a pediatrician who trained at Children's National Medical Center and now practices at a primary care clinic in Washington DC. She received her Medical Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her undergraduate degree from the College of the Holy Cross, where she met her husband, KidKam Co-Founder Zac Corrigan. She is the proud parent of an adorable daughter and a (somewhat) well behaved bulldog.
Kevin Herda is a Co-Founder and the technical guru behind the KidKam website. He earned his bachelors degree from Carthage College and finds KidKam an exciting endeavor to offer the learning community. When taking a break from coding, he enjoys traveling, cheering on the Chicago Bulls, and going for family walks with his son Dylan (born in May 2014), his wife Kelly, and their yellow lab, Stella.
Ms. Riley is a first grade teacher in the Seattle Public School district. She earned a Master in Early Childhood Education from DePaul University, in Chicago and a B.A. in Psychology from Gettysburg College, in Pennsylvania. Ms. Riley has experience working with English Language Learners (ELL) and children with Autism. In her free time, Ms. Riley enjoys skiing, practicing yoga and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
Ms. Murphy is a kindergarten teacher at a charter school in Boston. She received her undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education from Keene State College in New Hampshire and is in the process of applying to graduate school. In her free time she enjoys skiing and spending time with family.