Ken has directed the development of Brown's private portfolio since joining the University in 2001. He also shares responsibility for management of Brown's real assets portfolio. Prior to joining Brown, Ken was with the Princeton University Investment Company and Nassau Capital, an independent firm that managed Princeton's private investment program. Before joining Nassau Capital, Ken was with J.P. Morgan & Co. for seven years, first as a member of the corporate finance group and later as a vice president of the firm's structured finance group. He earned a B.S. in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.