Ken is a serial entrepreneur with experience owning and operating businesses in the banking, footwear, portable restroom, and furniture sectors. He was a director at New Resource Bank and president of the Ansin Consulting Group through June 2012, when he then joined the Enterprise Bank and Trust Company staff as its Community Bank Director. Since the late 1980s, he has served on boards at The United Way of North Central Massachusetts, Fitchburg State College, Applewild School, and Children's Aid and Family Service and Enterprise Bank and Trust Company. While on the Board of Directors for Enterprise Bank from July 1994 – July 2012, Ken chaired its Asset and Liability Committee. Since 2004, he has directed his efforts towards the international social sector as well as microcredit. He has worked in dozens of developing countries in Africa and Asia for leading organizations including Oxfam, Grameen Bank, Save the Children, Bandhan, BRAC, and Ashoka. Currently, Ken is an advisor for microfinance and private enterprise to Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and serves on the advisory council for BRAC USA. He has been a stakeholder at the University of the Pacific Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship since 2011. He holds an M.P.A from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.