Kenneth has experience mentoring entrepreneurs both at Rice University and the University of Michigan’s School of Business. He also works as an executive coach and leadership development expert with the Enterprise Futures Network.
In addition to leadership qualities, good entrepreneurs must understand the sociological realities in which they operate their business. An expert in the social sciences, Kenneth understands that leadership development involves managing contextual relationships that surround any business. Kenneth brings this expertise in leadership and social sciences to his mentorship in the Global round of the African Entrepreneurship Award.
Kenneth earned a Doctorate in Education from the University of San Francisco. He also studied in the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.