Kenneth completed his undergraduate studies in Humanities at Stetson University before pursuing post-graduate studies in education at Rowan University. He began teaching English at Pace University in New York City while concurrently working as an editor and literary events coordinator at the English-Speaking Union U.S. Headquarters in NYC. He later worked for the Trump Organisation in New York and in Atlantic City, NJ and for Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. He eventually opted for a career in teaching, because it is meaningful, important work.
To date, Kenneth has worked in international education in eight countries. Some of his original dramas have been published, and he continues to give literary and historical tours of New York City when possible.
- B.A. Humanities: M.Ed NJ State Certifications in Learning Support, English, EAL and German