Kenneth is a creative and technologist with experience designing new products and services for companies such as IDEO, Groupon, Kaiser Permanente, and venture-backed startups. With an academic background in neuroscience and anthropology from Brown University, Kenneth’s work has spanned several areas of interest including brain-computer interfaces, autonomous vehicles, blockchain, and fashion. At Harvard, he has focused on a lab-on-a-chip technology to bring affordable diagnostics to the healthcare industry and a wearable therapy for patients with Alzheimer’s Disease. Bridging his experience in product strategy, visual design, and consumer psychology, Kenneth is passionate about building mission-driven brands tackling technically deep and multi-scalar societal challenges. In his spare time, he loves mentoring junior designers, playing racquet sports, and extreme minimalism.