Kenneth has been a member of PQSA’s Board since 2013. Kenneth was born and raised in Adelaide, attending school at Marion and then completing a double degree in Information Technology & Telecommunications Engineering with First Class Honours at the University of Adelaide. In 2005, he joined Hewlett-Packard in an engineering role. In late 2005 he sustained a spinal cord injury in a road accident.
Following rehabilitation, he returned to work in the same role and continues to work for what is now known as DXC Technology, splitting his time between working from home and their Adelaide office. He is an experienced residential real estate investor and has a keen interest in residential property building.
His past achievements in this area have been profiled numerous times in the media, raising the profile of disabled members of society who have not allowed their disability to limit their achievements. Using the skills and experience he acquired by building investment properties, in 2008 he took on the challenge of designing and building a single-level home on a sloping block. Construction was completed and Kenneth moved into his new home in 2010.