Cities are faced with the challenge of keeping people on the move, providing a reliable, cost-effective power supply and ensuring safe, secure and intelligent buildings. Since appointed as the Head of the City Infrastructure Business in April 2012, Ken has been leading a team dedicated to helping cities and municipalities make smart infrastructure investment decisions.
Prior to his current role, Ken served as head of Siemens One, where his organization helped clients in key areas of energy, city infrastructure, healthcare and Federal Government harness the advantages of the breadth and depth of Siemens solutions portfolio and global expertise.
He began his Siemens career as a sales representative in 1977 and has held numerous sales, marketing and senior management positions.
Ken has served on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Research Alliance and Board of Advisors for Georgia Institute of Technology; he currently serves at the Board for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.