Kyle Roark was born in Kentucky but raised in Greenbrier, Tennessee. He attended the University of Kentucky in Lexington where he graduated with a degree in Political Science and a minor in History. As an undergraduate, Kyle was an intern at the United States House of Representatives for Congressman Harold Rogers and the Kentucky State House of Representative for Representative Stan Lee. Kyle was also an active member in Kappa Sigma Fraternity serving as the personal relations and Intermural chair.

Following graduation, Kyle attended Salmon P. Chase college of Law in Northern Kentucky. While in law school, Kyle was a litigation law clerk for a couple of different firms, practicing mostly in the areas of personal injury and workers compensation. Kyle was also an active member at his school, serving as Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment law society, helping found the Criminal Law Society, and an active member of the federalist society. 

Kyle has taken both the Tennessee Bar and the Universal Bar Examination and can become licensed in all UBE states in the region. Currently, Kyle is licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Alabama. 

Kyle enjoys live music in his free time and can be found at any bluegrass or country music concert as well as the dog park with his boxer shepherd mix Zeus. He is also a die-hard Kentucky fan for all sports (especially basketball) but also loves the Predators and the Titans.