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Kenneth Jones

Kenneth Jones

Kenneth Jones is an executive with 35 years of experience in engineering and operational and profit-and-loss management. He specializes in strategic planning and execution that employs enhancement of both product technology and business process technology in highly competitive markets.

Jones is a past vice president of Northrup Grumman Corporation and was division general manager of Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Early in his career, he served as a White House Fellow under the Carter administration during the Iran hostage crisis. 

Jones currently sits on the boards of Sheppard-Pratt Health System, The Ingenuity Project and Go to High School – Go to College.

He holds a BS in nuclear engineering from the University of Michigan and an MS in nuclear engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University.