has over 25 years of experience in facility management and planning. He is a licensed Community Association
Manager (CAM) with the State of Florida with experience in managing high-rise and mid-rise condominiums and homeowners associations.
He has been responsible for the daily management of numerous up-scale condominium and homeowners associations. Duties include
budgeting, revenue management, expense management, reserve analysis, contract negotiations, maintenance oversight, problem/conflict
resolution, strategic planning and board of director relations.
Ken also has over 18 years of experience in the senior-living
industry and specialized in Independent Living facilities, Assisted Living facilities and Continuing Care Retirement Communities.
Ken has provided Market Feasibility studies for over one billion dollars in project financings as well as providing
consulting services to some of the nation’s largest senior living providers and consulting firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers
LLP; the world’s largest professional services firm. Prior to forming the Avatar Property Management Group, Ken was
a National Practice Manager of Coopers & Lybrand L.L.P.’s Senior Living and Post Acute Care Services Group.
He was responsible for Market Feasibility Studies, Market Overviews, operations analysis, and financial and operational
consulting for this national practice.
Before joining Coopers & Lybrand L.L.P., Ken was the Director of Facility Planning and Management
for the National Benevolent Association (“NBA”), one of the nation’s largest providers of senior’s
housing and care. He also served as the Vice President of Development for a for-profit subsidiary of NBA and was responsible
for the management of multiple retirement communities under contract including staffing, marketing activities, contract negotiation,
and contract administration. Ken has served on the Board of Directors for age-restricted single-family home subdivisions
under development in Indiana and Colorado. As a Director, he developed the operating budgets, strategic plans, and the initial
rules and regulations governing the subdivisions.