Ken is the Vice President & General Counsel for GE Oil and Gas.
He earned a B.A. degree in Philosophy at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in1977 and obtained his law degree with honors from the University of Georgia, inAthens, Georgia in 1981.
Ken then joined the Cincinnati firm of Dinsmore & Shohl, where he became a partner and had a civil and criminal trial practice.
Ken also served from 1985-1989 as an Assistant Special Prosecutor for the State of Ohio, during which time he successfully prosecuted participants in the Home State Savings & Loan scandal in Ohio.
also successfully represented a death row inmate pro bono before the U.S. Supreme Court
Ken joined General Electric Company in late 1993 as Sr. Counsel, Litigation & Preventive Law at GE Aviation, where he had broad responsibility for dispute resolution, compliance and regulatory affairs.
Between 1987 and 2006, Ken served as an Adjunct Professor in the M.B.A. program at Xavier University where he taught classes in business ethics and values.
Ken continues to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati.
Ken became the Vice President & General Counsel for GE Oil & Gas in 2006, a $9 billion business that provides highly engineered equipment and technology solutions for the global oil & gas industry.
has general responsibility for compliance and managing the global legal affairs of the business.
The GE Oil
& Gas legal department comprises 45 legal and compliance professionals around the world.
VP and General Counsel
GE Oil and Gas