Education & Experience
Ken is a Sr. Partner with the management consulting firm Kearney, a global partnership, serving clients in 40 countries. He leads the Wireline Broadband practice within the Americas Communications, Media and Technology group. Bringing more than 30 years of experience in a variety of management consulting and industry positions, Ken’s expertise ranges from information services, technology, government, communications/media, consumer products, and manufacturing.
Prior to Kearney, Ken was the Chief Executive Office for Celerity where he oversaw company-wide operations and repositioned Celerity as a premier consulting firm within the Randstad Group. Ken transformed and realigned Celerity from the French parent that acquired it in 2017 to Randstad Technology Group in 2021.
Before joining Celerity in August 2017, Ken served as president/CEO of Siteworx, an award winning, PE owned, digital experience consultancy. Ken has also previously served as COO at 3PillarGlobal, a global software product development company, and held a principal/partner role with Ernst & Young, where he developed a major new health care practice and led their Federal Advisory performance improvement service line. He served as president of Command Information, an IPv6 Venture backed startup, and held various leadership positions within the Global Marketing and Chief Technology Officer organizations of Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS) as Vice President. Ken also held a vice president/partner role at A.T. Kearney (acquired by EDS) and started his career with Booz Allen Hamilton.
Ken is a 29-year Army veteran with 14 years of active duty service in the Medical Service Corps where he was a Medevac Operations Officer and Instructor Pilot. Ken helped launch the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans’ Families at Syracuse University. He is an Independent Director on the Board of Directors at Shenandoah Telecommunications (NASDAQ: SHEN) where he serves on the Audit Committee as well as the Shentel Foundation. Ken actively supports Miriam’s Kitchen, an organization committed to ending chronic homelessness in Washington, DC.