ReWire Energy’s Kenneth Evans Joins Esteemed Panel for “New York Plugs In” Event


Saratoga Springs, NY – Kenneth Evans, Partner and lead for ReWire’s energy division, has been announced as one of the panelists for the upcoming “New York Plugs In” event. Hosted by GCAR and CIREB, this significant discussion aims to shed light on the effects of New York State’s recent ban on natural gas and other fossil fuels on the real estate industry.

Event Highlights 

The “New York Plugs In” event comes at a pivotal time, following New York State’s groundbreaking decision to ban natural gas in new constructions. This move, set to be phased in by 2025, is a first-of-its-kind initiative, emphasizing the state’s commitment to a greener future. The event will delve into the intricacies of this ban, its implications for the real estate sector, and the exemptions provided.

Scheduled for Wednesday, October 25, at the Crowne Plaza Albany – The Desmond Hotel, attendees can look forward to a morning of insightful discussions. Starting with breakfast and networking at 8:30 am, the panel discussion commences at 9:30 am.

Meet the Panelists 

Kenneth Evans of The ReWire Group LLC brings a wealth of knowledge from his extensive background in Corporate and Municipal Finance and Investment Banking. With his expertise in renewable energy trends and technologies, Evans has been instrumental in developing energy strategies that align with ReWire clients’ economic goals.

Joining Evans on the panel are Mike Kelly, Director of Government Affairs at the New York State Association of REALTORS®; Michael Mager, Esq, Partner at Couch White LLP; Jeffrey Mirel, Principal at The Rosenblum Companies; and Patrick Stella, Communications Manager at National Grid. The discussion will be moderated by Michael DeMasi, a reporter from the Albany Business Review.

A Step Towards a Greener Future 

The event is set against the backdrop of New York State’s ambitious Climate Plan. Passed in July 2019, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act mandates the state to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and 2050. With the Climate Action Council’s final plan approved in December 2022, the “New York Plugs In” event serves as a timely platform to discuss the path forward.

For those interested in understanding the future of energy and real estate in New York, this event promises to be an enlightening experience.

About ReWire Energy 

Located in the heart of Saratoga Springs, NY, ReWire Energy stands as a beacon of sustainability and innovation. As a New York State Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and a NYSERDA designated Clean Energy Training firm, ReWire is dedicated to providing energy and sustainability solutions for both public and private sector clients across the region. Their strategic teaming approach combines analytical and financial modeling capabilities to simplify the energy decision-making process. By partnering with seasoned energy efficiency experts and project execution specialists, ReWire ensures high-quality energy upgrades that pave the way for high-performance buildings, reduced costs, and a sustainable future.

Elevating Indoor Air Quality Through Electrification and Decarbonization Innovations

The changing climate, intensified by the recent wildfires in Canada, has brought the issue of declining air quality to the forefront, especially in New York State. As greenhouse gas emissions continue to alter our climate and precipitation patterns, the frequency and intensity of such wildfires are predicted to rise, further deteriorating our air quality – both outside and indoors, as commercial building are required by code to bring in a proportion of outdoor air.  Therefore, the repercussions of this are not just environmental but also health-related, ranging from eye and respiratory irritations to severe conditions like reduced lung function, asthma attacks, heart attacks, and strokes.

While the complete prevention of wildfires might be beyond our immediate control, we can certainly adopt measures to mitigate the harmful particles affecting our indoor air quality, especially during such outbreaks. This becomes crucial for employers and residential property owners/managers as compromised air quality can directly impact workforce productivity and, by extension, revenue.

One of the most effective ways to address this challenge is by embracing the vision set forth by NYSERDA’s NextGen Buildings program. This initiative is geared towards accelerating the development and commercialization of innovative solutions that not only electrify and decarbonize the building stock in NYS, but also enhance indoor air quality. By championing such building innovations, the program aims to make our buildings cleaner, more energy-efficient, load-flexible, and resilient. A significant advantage of these innovations is the dual benefit they offer – improved indoor air quality and enhanced occupant comfort, thereby adding economic value.

Key benefits of installing state-of-the-art indoor air quality monitors include:

  • Enhanced Health and Safety: These devices can detect and pinpoint the source of numerous harmful pollutants.
  • Optimized Energy Efficiency: They can fine-tune HVAC systems for ideal ventilation, humidity, and temperature, aligning with the goals of electrification and decarbonization.
  • Achieving Sustainability Milestones: Monitors can validate increased building safety through precise measurement and reporting.
  • Streamlined Building Maintenance: They can swiftly identify and rectify building ventilation issues, such as clogged air filters or malfunctioning HVAC systems, preventing health hazards and unwarranted expenses.

Given that most individuals spend a significant portion of their time either at home or work, ensuring the safety of these environments becomes paramount. For employers and property managers, the integration of indoor air quality monitors can serve as a compelling selling point, signaling a genuine commitment to the health and well-being of employees or tenants.

At ReWire, our collaborations are driven by a shared vision of a sustainable future. We’re proud to partner with Magnum First, a producer of commercial-grade indoor air quality sensors. These sensors offer continuous monitoring across various parameters, including carbon dioxide, particles, volatile organic compounds, temperature, and humidity. While traditional Demand Controlled Ventilation (DVC) systems primarily measure CO2, Magnum’s IAQ sensor encompasses both human and non-human pollutants, pioneering the concept of “Healthy DVC.” This not only ensures improved health and wellness but also aligns with the objectives of energy-efficient buildings, ultimately leading to cost savings.

We are focused on collaboratively navigating the challenges posed by a changing climate, integrating innovations focused on electrification and decarbonization, as highlighted in NYSERDA PON 3519, can be our beacon, guiding us towards healthier indoor environments and a sustainable future.

ReWire Announces Community Solar Program with Partners

ReWire and PowerMarket team up to provide cost savings through renewable energy across BBL’s Managed Real Estate Portfolio.

ReWire Group is excited to announce a new community solar project which is a testament to our commitment to sustainable energy solutions and our expertise in navigating the complexities of renewable energy markets.

The beneficiary for this project is BBL Management Group (“BBL”), an Albany-based company that has subscribed a portion of their portfolio to community solar as a commercial (Anchor Tenant) and Mass Market subscriber for their managed residential properties. This strategic move will result in 10% savings on their entire electric bill for these properties. BBL’s decision to subscribe to community solar reflects their desire for a straightforward process to access renewable energy while simultaneously reducing operational expenses.

Located in the North Country in the town of Oswegatchie, NY, this 6.7-megawatt community solar project will significantly reduce energy costs for both the company and residents in the Capital and Central NY regions. The community solar project, completed in the spring of 2023, consists of more than 16,000 panels, and generates approximately 8 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of clean power annually. This is enough to power over 1,500 homes and reduces carbon emissions by nearly 5,600 metric tons annually, equivalent to taking over 1,100 cars off the road.

PowerMarket, ReWire’s solar utility provider partner, worked closely with our team to broker this project. PowerMarket is a provider of community solar services, dedicated to making renewable energy accessible to all. The solar developer for this project is CleanCapital, a leading clean energy investment platform that owns and operates renewable energy projects across the U.S.

This project is made possible by the progressive renewable energy legislation in New York State, which encourages anchor tenants to subscribe to community solar. The benefits of this legislation include consolidated billing and looser credit requirements, making renewable energy more accessible to a wider range of businesses and individuals. It will support New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) goal to install six gigawatts of distributed solar by 2025 and accelerate progress toward ten gigawatts by 2030.

BBL’s owned and managed commercial properties will utilize 40 percent of the clean energy generated by the solar project, leaving 60 percent available for residential subscribers in the company’s properties. These subscribers can expect to see credits on their electricity bill, resulting in an estimated 10 percent annual savings.

We are proud to be part of this significant step towards a sustainable future and look forward to continuing our work in the renewable energy sector.

About ReWire

ReWire Group, LLC, is a family-led and NYS Certified Minority-Owned Business Enterprise (MBE) focused on delivering a variety of products and service solutions for public and private sector clients across the region. ReWire provides energy advisory services and environmentally sustainable products serving municipal, commercial, and institutional customers, while providing strategic value to clients through a combination of energy and financial modeling, software development, and project management expertise. In addition to its new ETEC location, ReWire is a Member of the Saratoga CoWorks in Saratoga Springs, NY. Learn more at

About BBL

Offering a complete scope of services to clients across a wide variety of markets since 1973, BBL Management Group is proud to be a top ranked national property management firm, deeply involved and engaged in the communities where they live and work. Based in New York’s Capital Region, the company offers full-service property management to hundreds of clients in the corporate, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, financial and medical industries.  BBL Management Group’s dedicated team of professionals are experienced in all levels of property management, accounting and lease administration and are fully dedicated to enhancing the landlord/tenant relationship.  Learn more about the BBL organization at

About PowerMarket

PowerMarket has been a trusted leader in community solar since 2014. They have made it their goal to make renewable energy cheaper and more accessible, while benefitting local communities and reducing customers’ energy costs through community solar. The company was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 2014, and currently manages over 650MW of community solar projects around the country. Through their acquisition and management of over 70,000 subscribers, PowerMarket provides monthly savings to over 70,000 subscribers. In their home state of New York, they have saved their subscribers over $5.7 million. Efforts like these are playing a huge role in the commitment to renewable energy going forward and are crucial to our transition to a clean energy economy.

ReWire Presents to Building Owners and Managers About Pending Climate Law Regulations

John Wismont, Controller of BBL Management Group, invited ReWire to present to the Capital Region Building Owners and Management Association (CRBOMA) at their March meeting. As Program Committee Chair for CRBOMA, John asked that we discuss the impact of the NYS Climate Leadership & Community Protection Act (CLCPA), specifically the implications it has for commercial property managers and owners. 

The CLCPA requires NYS to reach net zero emissions by 2050, an ambitious goal. In addition, the Act also requires that investments in disadvantaged communities be prioritized and that there is support for workers to transition to clean energy jobs. While the Act does not detail a GHG reduction plan, the Scoping Plan, which was approved by the Climate Action Council on December 19, 2022, serves as the roadmap to meet the State’s goals. The Scoping Plan was created by various stakeholders that include: 

  • Climate Action Council – 22 member appointees that include State agency representatives, environmentalists, and power producers 
  • Advisory Panel – 7 sector panel which among other input, provided recommendations focused on promoting a fair and equitable transition to a clean energy economy for workers and communities, in addition to providing input on strategies to address environmental injustice 
  • NY State Government Agencies – These include NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), NYS Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Public Service Commission (PSC), Department of Transportation, Department of Health, the Department of Labor and others 

Buildings represent the largest source of GHG emissions (about 32%) in the State from the use of fossil fuels for space and water heating. As a result, that puts a lot of pressure on buildings owners and managers to determine how to meet the Act’s requirements. Building owners will not only need to adopt higher energy efficiency standards, but they will also need to consider the use of renewable energy sources as the CLCPA also requires the State to increase to 70% in renewable energy sources by 2030. 

The CLCPA offers building owners and managers benefits such as reduced energy costs and access to financial incentives, but they may also face the challenges of upfront costs for upgrades and integrating renewable energy with building infrastructure. 

So, what’s next? 

The DEC, led by Basil Seggos, has until January 1, 2024, to draft and circulate enforceable regulations to ensure the State meets the CLCPA’s GHG emissions goals. Once those regulations are set, the DEC will review GHG reduction measures every 4 years.  

If you are a building owner/manager, start to assess your property’s current energy use and costs and explore opportunities for efficiency upgrades and adding renewable energy sources. There are several funding and incentive programs that have been established under CLCPA to help finance the necessary upgrades and investments. In addition, start to think about monitoring and reporting systems to help you ensure the building is meeting energy use and emissions requirements. If you need help, ReWire is here for you. We can review your current energy use and create a custom plan to meet the CLCPA’s requirements while ensuring you are maximizing all available incentives.  

Contact us today to get started! 

Meet Warren Evans, Co-Founder, Partner and Director of Renewable Energy Development

Warren is dedicated to empowering customers to choose clean, independent, and renewable energy sources. With over twenty years of experience at major global firms, Warren has successfully deployed breakthrough global business and technical solutions while meeting organizational budgets upwards of $60M. This experience, along with Warren’s ability to report directly to C-Level executives, has allowed him to design and analyze Renewable Energy solutions for ReWire’s customers that integrate the right engineering and technology while meeting economic and strategic business goals.

Since earning his Bachelor’s degree in Nuclear Engineering in 1987, Warren has experienced firsthand the evolution of clean energy, through work in nuclear fuel design, plant operation, reactor and systems engineering, software delivery, high-technology manufacturing, and supply chain automation. After receiving his Master’s degree in Information Systems in 2003, he served as IT Director for Public Service Electric and Gas, among other roles. By 2015, he recognized that the transition to clean energy was underway. To ensure that he would be a part of spreading the word about clean energy, he co-founded the ReWire Group.

Warren’s passion for transitioning customers to clean energy prompted him to start writing a book called “Zero World – the Complete Guide to the Clean Energy Life” which is expected to be released in 2024. The book leads readers on a journey from our current First World lives to the inevitable clean energy future known as Zero World, inspiring readers with insights gleaned over his decades of experience in the energy field. He provides realistic, practical tools for living a more affordable, efficient, and enjoyable clean energy life powered entirely by sustainable renewable energy technology. Warren also enjoys being part of the rapidly growing renewable energy conference and podcast communities. In July 2020, an interview with Warren was featured on The Advocates videocast with Dan Cirucci, launching his public speaking efforts.

Warren’s clean energy advocacy touches a wide range of communities, from the K-12 STEM implementation project in Schenectady, NY that he’s hoping to participate in to the active Philadelphia, PA real estate mastermind group he invests in. The ReWire Group is becoming known as a groundbreaking community solar partner as they were a critical part of a celebrated, first-of-its-kind community solar farm in Clifton Park, NY in 2019. Warren is proud to be an environmental supporter and advocate for all forms of renewable energy and the game changing technologies and economics surrounding this global transition.

ReWire Reaches the Summit

ReWire Group Partner and Head of the Digital Division, Al Evans, recently attended the 2022 New York State Innovation Summit. In addition to showcasing companies and researchers at the forefront of emerging technologies and new advancements in production capabilities, the Summit celebrated New York State leadership in technology-led economic growth.

ReWire was there to network with experts in energy innovation, climate tech, and artificial intelligence. With a focus on exploring technology convergence opportunities, ReWire hopes to accelerate its platform commercialization efforts and identify partners that can potentially support its sustainability initiatives.

At the Summit, ReWire’s main objective was to begin generating preliminary interest for the Energy Management Platform initiative. The current phase of the platform is designed to address the challenges Municipal Public Housing Authorities and Affordable Housing Developers face when they seek to obtain the benefits of Community Solar for their residents.

In addition, ReWire wants to help property managers protect the residents of their developments from the increasing threats of climate change. Extreme heat waves are one of the most dangerous weather events faced by those living in densely populated urban environments. The Energy Management platform can help Chief Heat Officers (CHOs) prepare proactively and protect their vulnerable communities, Seniors, those with chronic conditions, and disadvantaged populations, many of which don’t have access to indoor air conditioning.

ReWire has the answer. We talked to several in the industry at the Summit and they agreed that the Energy Management platform is a timely and much needed solution. By combining access to renewable energy and real-time weather monitoring, the platform will help property managers prepare in advance by ensuring that battery energy storage systems are fully charged, alternate energy sources are prepared, cooling stations are opened, and other preventive measures are taken.

The event was held in Buffalo this year which, in addition to attending and exhibiting at the Summit, provided Al with the opportunity to visit with strategic partners and associates located in the western part of the state.

On Tuesday, Al met with David Gordon, President of Green Building Partners, developing plans for the ongoing Community Solar collaboration between their two organizations.

Wednesday morning breakfast with Dennis Elsenbeck was illuminating. Al and Dennis discussed the Northland Corridor project which was recently funded. It will renovate two industrial buildings, creating a Clean Energy Microgrid, to power the workforce training center campus while supporting manufacturing training programs. ReWire can help support the knowledge transfer and the effort to develop training programs that can bring this highly efficient and practical solution to other New York State communities.

Al also bumped into Dr. Heidi Knoblauch, who was there participating in her first Summit as a representative for ESD in her new role as the Senior Director, Entrepreneurship Development. Congratulations Heidi!

ReWire is already looking forward to the 2023 NYS Innovation Summit, which will be held in Saratoga Springs NY!

We’ll see everyone there in October 2023!

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Meet Alan Evans, Co-founder, Partner and Director of Marketing

Al manages marketing programs and initiatives for ReWire and leads ReWire’s Digital division. In addition to working with clients and business development, Al is helping to drive the strategic vision behind the development of the ReWire Energy Management Platform.

As part of his responsibilities, Al works closely with SUNY Polytechnic’s Advanced Manufacturing Performance Center team in leading the development of two digital platforms; the Technology Alignment Platform (TAP) and the Career Alignment Platform (CAP).

Al was also instrumental in working with the Advanced Manufacturing Performance Center, SUNY Polytechnic, and NYSERDA, winning a subcontract for an extensive energy training program for facility operators within the ZEN Zero Energy building. This program will also support energy training for advanced manufacturing personnel across the region. Al also serves as the senior technologist for ApolloCare LLC, an organization that recently deployed a homecare platform for aging seniors with the support of EverHome’s Life Care Coordinators. The mobile app, VivaLynx, allows caregivers to monitor aging seniors and disabled adults so they can benefit from advanced care coordination technologies, maximizing their independence, while they remain safely in their homes.

Al graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations. Early in his career, Al worked in sales selling consumer products and insurance and later became a Business Analyst at Dun & Bradstreet. After working for D&B, Al joined his father Milton at High Technology Systems (HTS) as the Director of Marketing. At HTS, the focus was on commercializing high-performance polymers including NASA’s LARC-13 materials technology for industrial, electronics, and aerospace applications. Al also spent time at GE Fanuc as a Software Product Manager in the CIMPLICITY Division and went through their renowned Six Sigma program. He was a guest speaker at SUNY Albany’s entrepreneurial program and has been at the forefront of several advanced technology product launches. As the Founder of Matrix Intermedia Corp, he developed one of the first Web Content Management (CMS) systems in 2000, which was widely adopted across the Capital Region.

As a seasoned entrepreneur with skills spanning business development, online and traditional marketing, and experience bringing advanced technology to market, Al is rooted in the realm of software development. He is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) visionary and product manager with connections to many of the region’s startups and success stories. His background includes work in energy, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, enterprise software, education and training, government, and critical infrastructure protection sectors.

Al is very hands-on and always willing to jump in wherever he can contribute to the team and client needs. He serves as a Trustee for the Museum of Science & Innovation (miSci) and is a Member of the Innovate 518 Advisory Committee, a regional economic development entity.

Al and his wife Karen reside in Albany with their German Shepard Evie, Max the Ragdoll cat, and several chickens. With solar panels on their roof and EVs in their driveway, they are devoted environmentalists doing their part for the transition toward a cleaner, sustainable, more resilient planet.

Saratoga energy firm expands to Albany, plans to create 75 jobs

ReWire Group is joining the Start-Up NY program with a goal of creating 75 new jobs over the next five years on the University at Albany campus.

As part of the move, ReWire will take space at the UAlbany Innovation Center, located within the university’s Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex on the Harriman State Office Campus in Albany.

To get more information, please visit ReWire Group expands to Albany with space at UAlbany’s ETEC – Albany Business Review (

Brothers Kenneth and Alan Evans started ReWire Energy in 2015 along with several of their siblings and their father, Milton. The Saratoga Springs based company began with a focus on planning and analysis, figuring out ways to lower clients’ energy bills while bringing in new technologies like solar, smart thermostats and net-zero energy technologies. The family all have experience with large corporations and several have started their own businesses.

At UAlbany, ReWire will work on the development of an energy management platform to digitize its model for transitioning commercial, municipal and industrial customers to lower their carbon footprint and incorporate renewable energy technologies. The firm plans to collaborate with faculty and student teams on software design as well as develop and test new solutions for rising energy costs.

ReWire shifted more recently to focus on the digital side of its business — which develops new software for energy services, including analytics and financial modeling for customers who are building new construction, as well as energy-specific IT projects in automation and systems integration. The company has worked with CHA and Siemens in the past.

Earlier this year, ReWire was awarded a subcontract with SUNY Poly and NYSERDA to expand energy-related training for building and operations maintenance employees on campus.

ReWire told the Business Review last year that they saw an opportunity in securing more state contract work as a certified minority-owned business — especially with New York’s push to create a green energy economy.

ReWire is the latest company to join Empire State Development’s Start-Up NY program.

The goal of the program when it was introduced in 2014 was to create jobs by convincing companies to move to New York and help early-stage companies compete by allowing employees to avoid paying income taxes for up to 10 years. To qualify, participating companies have to operate in a state-sanctioned zone, primarily on college campuses.

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ReWire Group Joins UAlbany START-UP NY Program

ReWire Group Joins UAlbany START-UP NY Program

We are excited to announce that we are joining The University at Albany’s START-UP NY program and have also committed to using office space at the UAlbany Innovation Center in ETEC.

We will work on the development of an energy management platform to digitize our model for transitioning commercial, municipal and industrial customers to lower their carbon footprint and incorporate the full use of renewable energy technologies. In partnership with UAlbany through the START-UP NY program, we plan to invest intellectual capital and innovative product ideation at ETEC, creating at least 75 net new jobs locally over the next 5 years.

“We are pleased to welcome ReWire Group to the University at Albany,” said UAlbany’s Vice President for Research and Economic Development Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas. “Today’s announcement is one more example of how the UAlbany Innovation Center is serving as a key driver for the next generation of world-changing technology companies that are focused on some of the most critical issues of our day.”

Based in Saratoga Springs, we are a New York State Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and a NYSERDA Approved Clean Energy Training Firm. Our company is focused on delivering energy and sustainability-related advisory, product and service solutions for public and private sector clients across the region. We serve municipal, commercial, industrial and institutional customers through a combination of energy and financial modeling programs, software application and platform development, process automation and new technology deployment.

“Joining UAlbany’s Start-Up program and ETEC was a natural fit for our firm,” said ReWire partner Al Evans. “As we help public and private clients navigate the busy intersections of renewable energy usage, sustainability, technology and related revenue streams, our expertise is an ideal fit for ETEC and the future of UAlbany. We’re proud to partner with New York State, SUNY, UAlbany, NYSERDA and many others to help drive innovation and job growth in Tech Valley.”

As a START-UP NY participant sponsored by UAlbany, we are joining at an ideal time to collaborate with faculty and student teams on software design along with the development and testing of new solutions for rising energy costs. They will also work together to build competitive advantages for companies and organizations seeking to move toward efficiency and renewable energy sources while providing real-world business and technical experiences for employees and students. Ultimately, students and graduates will be considered for internship and employment opportunities.

Meet Ken Evans, Co-founder, Partner and Director of Finance at ReWire Group.



Ken’s career has focused on financial strategy and business development and has years of experience in investment banking from working for some of the world’s most reputable firms. That experience has helped Ken to develop proprietary financial modeling tools and strategies to help ReWire’s clients make smart financial decisions about their energy plans.

Ken began his career at First Albany Corporation where he worked as a quantitative municipal finance analyst. He later went on to work for BlackRock Financial as a Research Analyst and then as Vice President of Business Development in the Financial Sponsors Group at Deutsche Bank. While at Deutsche Bank, Ken worked with the management team to provide the overall direction of business development activities. He was responsible for developing a continuous flow of creative, proprietary and global revenue generating ideas for private equity firms including Apollo, MDP, Blackstone and TPG. Prior to establishing ReWire Group with his father and brothers, Ken was a Key Accounts Business Development Director at S&P Capital IQ where he strategically managed relationships with global investment banks, including Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and UBS. Ken is a graduate of Union College and holds a BA in Economics with a focus on Econometrics.

Ken’s role at ReWire is diverse. While he is primarily responsible for financial strategy, he also handles contract review, negotiations, and designing revenue generating business initiatives. His strong understanding of renewable energy trends, technologies and drivers allow him to design appropriate solutions for ReWire’s clients. Ken’s development of ReWire’s proprietary renewable energy financial model along with his ability to find creative solutions allows our clients to maximize economic and qualitative goals.

Ken is the youngest of five brothers and currently resides in Saratoga Springs, NY. He maintains a healthy lifestyle with weight training, playing basketball and intermittent fasting. He is a movie buff and he roots for the Knicks, Yankees, and Jets.