Ken is a teacher of math, history, economics and screenwriting. He is a graduate of Bates College, Syracuse Law School, Boston University Law School, Pace University and Teachers College. In the past, he has also been a lawyer and accountant and still practices tax accounting in his free time. He has enjoyed teaching math and history at many levels for over 25 years at several New York City private schools both in a classroom with 12-14 students and one on one and enjoys instilling students with the joy of learning. Additionally, he has prepared students for the SAT’s for many years. He enjoys skiing and gets to the slopes a few times each winter. Being a New Yorker, he has seen many plays and musicals and enjoys talking about them. He is a long time Yankees fan and still revels in the teams of Guidry, Munson and Jackson as well as the great Jeter teams. Most of all he enjoys traveling all over the world including trips to Ireland, Scotland, Poland, Sicily, Israel, Australia, and Easter Island in recent years.