Prior to his arrival at UCF, Kvatek worked at Pinnacle Systems, Inc., where he worked from 1999-2004. During his tenure at Pinnacle, Kvatek served in various capacities including product marketing manager for Networked News and Sports Editing Solutions and as the Manager of Manufacturing and Integration for Pinnacle's Networked Solutions Group.
Prior to Pinnacle Systems, Kvatek was the Athletic Video Services Coordinator at Wisconsin from 1995-99. During his time in Madison, Kvatek was responsible for the development and utilization of the world's first digital video network for sports video analysis and editing and was a member of the Kohl Center Design Team.
Kvatek has also worked as a video coordinator at Virginia Tech and Miami (Ohio) in their respective athletic departments. He is a 1995 graduate of Miami University with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications.
Kvatek was honored with the Sports Video Group College Sports Summit Pioneer Award in 2015, followed by induction into the CSVA Sports Video and Film Hall of Fame in 2016. He was also named the 2006-07 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year. The national honor followed on the heels of being named the 2007 C-USA Video Coordinator of the Year. He also received the C-USA honor two other times, in 2009 and 2010. Previously, he was the Big Ten Video Coordinator of the Year in 1998.
Kvatek has also been a member of the Customer Advisory Board of XOS Technologies, Inc., and the Sports Video Group (SVG) Advisory Board.
Kvatek, originally a resident of Creekside, Pa., and his wife Michelle have three sons: Conor, Liam and Declan. They reside in Orlando.