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Ken Knueven

Ken Knueven has been instrumental in the development, growth, and leadership of innovative organizations for over twenty-five years. He has extensive experience with the Fortune 500 as well as the public sector, higher education, and nonprofit sectors. In addition, Knueven has been especially interested in the expansion of innovative technologies and solutions within our communities.

At AGBIS, Knueven leads engagements involving student acquisition and retention as well as leadership strategy, culture change and social intelligence focusing on achieving outcomes that drive future success. The intent is to drive inclusive problem-solving strategy sessions that result in practical strategic plans, clear communications and accountability for measurable results.

Knueven is also founder of nuecors, a company that helps organizations re-start for success, with a particular emphasis helping them focus on core competencies, latent markets and measurable results. He works with corporate entities to identify their most critical issues and outcomes to be successful.

Prior to nuecors, Knueven held a number of senior leadership roles with innovative, early-round, technology start-ups, where he was responsible for helping them exceed their revenue targets as well as identifying, evaluating and establishing strategic partnerships and other ventures that resulted in new market entry, expansion and in certain instances M&A.

Knueven also spent nearly eight years at Microsoft Public Sector, where he successfully led Microsoft’s U.S. Education and Government businesses creating market changing solutions and offerings. He led a number of campaigns with state legislatures as well as the White House Administration. He was one of the few at Microsoft to receive the CEO’s Microsoft Circle of Excellence Award.

Knueven received an M.B.A. with a concentration in Operations Research and Information Technology from the George Mason University School of Management and a B.S. degree in Economics from George Mason University.