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Ken Keen

Ken Keen
Prior to joining Emory o Lieutenant General (Retired) Keen served 38 years in the Army with more 11 years working and living abroad in numerous Latin America countries, Germany, Egypt, Haiti, and Pakistan. Ken has extensive leadership experience of conventional and special operations units as well as the interagency environment. Ken commanded in Special Forces, the 82nd Airborne Division, the Rangers including the 75th Ranger Regiment, Joint Task Force – Haiti, following the Jan 2010 earthquake, as well as serving on three U.S. Embassy Country Teams leading all military forces in Colombia, Haiti, and Pakistan during crisis periods. As the Commander of Joint Task Force – Haiti, Ken led the largest targeted U.S. military-based response to a foreign disaster consisting of more than 22,000 personnel, 19 ships, and 57 aircraft with a budget of $500 million.

Keen introduces definitive summer reading list for budding leaders

It's never too early to get a jump start on summer reading (yes, it's not just a high school thing). As head of leadership...

Military looks to apply lessons from Haiti relief to Ebola criss

One lesson from Haiti was those on the ground must work seamlessly together. The U.S. military has tremendous command and logistical capability and capacity to bring together those responding to accomplish the mission.



Preparing the Workers of the Future

Goizueta Business School is Preparing the Workers of the Future
The future of work. What does it mean? For some, thoughts of artificial intelligence, doom and gloom, or robots taking over the world might come...