Founder and Managing Partner of Catalyst-Go
Ken is a leader in developing information sharing and critical infrastructure protection programs. He launched and guided the Checkpoint of the Future program for IATA. He has testified on global security issues before the United States Congress and Canadian Parliament. Ken is the Vice-Chairman of the Department of Homeland Security’s Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC). He holds a M.A. in National Security Studies and B.A. in Government both from Georgetown University. Ken has logged thousands of hours as both a commercial airline and military pilot. He is a Senior Fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.
An advisory and business transformation training firm helping companies bring complex autonomous transportation technologies to the marketplace. For more than a decade, he led many of the global airline industry’s key technology development programs and government affairs activities focusing on airports, passengers, cargo, and security. He specializes in making tech understandable so that regulatory barriers are eliminated or lowered through better knowledge of a product’s impact on the market, consumers, and the environment.