Ken was born in Pensacola, Florida . He received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky in 1983 and a Masters of Education degree, with an emphasis in Counseling, from the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky in 1987.

Ken has worked in education for more than 25 years. He has served as a counselor and administrator in both public and private institutions at the K-12 and postsecondary levels. In 1999 he was selected as founding headmaster for the first classical and Christian school in Northwest Florida, Trinitas Christian School. Ken was the Head of School at Trinitas Christian School for 17 years. Under his leadership Trinitas Christian School experienced consistent mission-centered growth. He also led Trinitas

Christian School successfully through the accreditation process with Christian Schools International (CSI) in 2004, Christian Schools of Florida (CSF) in 2010, and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS) in 2010, 2012. In addition to his administrative role at Trinitas Christian School, Ken served as a classical, and Christian school consultant for select member schools in the Association of Classical and Christian Schools; was an accreditation team member and team leader for both the Association of Classical and Christian Schools and Christian Schools of Florida; served as a speaker at the ACCS conference; and served as a member of the New Saint Andrews College Board of Directors and a member of the Executive Committee of Christian Schools of Florida. Ken and his family were also founding members of Providence Church in Pensacola, Florida. He is presently the Head of School of Christ Classical School, a startup classical and Christ-centered school located in San Luis Obispo, California.

Above all else, Ken is grounded by a deep and abiding love for God’s Word and is convicted that serving families – helping parents to raise their children in the way they should go – is of the highest importance in following Jesus Christ. And while he has done much for the world of Christian education, Ken still believes his greatest success is his wife Kenwyn, his four children, and his two grandchildren.