Ken is currently producing and directing a number of health-related initiatives including a sports medicine TV series entitled “Athlete 360″, which launched nationally on FOX. Ken most recently served as Vice President and Executive Producer for Time Inc. Studios, where he oversaw production for the 135 titles of Time, Inc. Ken began his career in broadcasting at Young & Rubicam after he graduated from the University of Wisconsin. At Y&R, he served as Director of Broadcast Productions from 1997 until he left in 2005. In 2005 he became Creative Director and production consultant for Healthination, a vod/broadband Health channel. Ken has been the recipient of numerous awards including Andys, Clios, Lions, and Effies, and has also produced many public service spots for UNICEF, Teach for America, A Better Chance, The World War II Memorial Fund, and NYC 2012. In addition to Bronx Charter School for the Arts, Ken was on the New York Board of Teach for America which he chaired from 2004-2006 and the Advisory Board of The Innocence Project where he helped launch the Innocence web-site.
- Organizational Structure 14/15
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- Our Students
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- Our Board of Trustees
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- Board Meeting Calendar, Minutes 2014-15 & Annual Reports
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