Born and raised in New York City, Kenneth is a huge Yankees fan and has maintained it despite living in rival Boston. He came to Boston to attend Harvard for his undergraduate and graduated magna cum laude with highest honors in Chemistry and Physics with a secondary in Statistics. He was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and maintained a 4.0 GPA in his concentration and a 3.93/4 GPA overall. After pursuing research for two summers and publishing a result in a peer-reviewed journal, he decided to pursue a PhD and is now a first year graduate student in physics at Harvard.
Kenneth has been teaching for four years and has worked with middle school, high school and college students. He has won the Harvard Bok Center Certificate for Distinction in Teaching six times, teaching mathematics and physics to undergraduates. Additionally, he has also taught various subjects in chemistry, physics and mathematics at Splash, a program for high school students held at MIT. He enjoys working with students and helping them to have their own Eureka moments.
Outside of school, Kenneth enjoys binge watching TV shows, and playing basketball. He is also an amateur photographer.