Ken connects clients to strategic and technical solutions to solve complex business challenges. He built his first website in 1995 while teaching at the University of Arkansas. He has helped develop corporate online strategies and served on the planning and development teams for some of the first newspaper sites built with Drupal. Ken has experience performing Drupal data integrations and site migrations for Palantir clients such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the University of Chicago Law School. Ken provides consultation, architecture, programming, and training services.
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It's funny, because Ken is in technology but not an early adopter. He likes consistency and reliability. He finally got a Razr phone back when they started giving them away for free with new accounts. The best advice that anyone has ever given him is that people matter. Technology, business, politics, economics, in the end, they all come down to how you value and treat others. What he loves most about his job is working through complex problems with Palantir’s clients. Ken likes to tease out the details of an engagement and help set a course for success.
I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality, and freedom for their spirits.