Kenneth began his career in communications more than 20 years ago in the United States Air Force, serving as an Avionics Technician supporting Global Operational Readiness. Kenneth has worked for Fujitsu Network Communications and MCI/Worldcom, and served as a Subject Matter Expert for Nortel Networks, providing Network Integration for Voicestream Wireless and AT&T Wireless during the initial launch of GSM Networks. Kenneth became a Certified Xpercom Next Generation Consultant and founded Axcent Networks, Inc. in 2004.
Today, Kenneth leads the company’s ongoing strategy to acquire and develop assets and top talent, as well as invest in areas that will enable the company to remain agile and achieve customer success and business growth. He is responsible for setting the company’s overall mission, vision, and strategy, building culture, leading the senior team and allocating capital. Kenneth also leads quality program development, including continued International Standards Organization certification and compliance, as well as Minority Business Enterprise annual certification and compliance. He is an active member of the Dallas / Ft. Worth Minority Supplier Development Council.
In his spare time, Kenneth enjoys spending time with his two children, playing guitar, indoor soccer, snow skiing and golf. He supports the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and walked 60 miles in memory of his wife, Gena P. Tutton, who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2007.