Educator and Mediator
Kenneth is Director of Legal Studies at Chattanooga State Community College. As Director, he manages degree, transfer and certificate programs in pre-law and paralegal studies. For the college he has served as Faculty Senate President and Faculty Sub Council Representative to the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR). He also represents the college on the TBR Paralegal Education Committee and the International Education Work Group. Ken is a High Impact Practice (HIP) Master Faculty and every Spring teaches a Global Leadership course in the Honors program where he leads students on a service project in Athens, Greece.
Ken’s undergraduate and law degrees are from the University of Florida and he keeps a Gator jersey in his office to remind UT and UGA colleagues that about where they should have earned their degrees. Ken has also earned a Masters’ in Public Administration degree with an emphasis in Growth Management, and a Doctorate in Business Administration degree with a specialty in Leadership.
Ken started his legal career down in Florida, where he practiced corporate, employment and contract law. Over the years he became certified in Civil Mediation and Large Group Public Facilitation. As his mediation and public facilitation practice expanded his law practice transformed into a private business consulting practice. His primary client during this phase of his career was getAbstract.com/US when he served as a Board Member and educational content acquisition expert.
Ken sits on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Chattanooga and the Midwest Institute for International and Intercultural Education. Originally from New York City, Ken maintains his love of baseball and delicatessens. Since moving to Tennessee over ten years ago, Ken has become an avid hiker in the Great Smoky Mountains.