Kenny joined the Linux Foundation in 2017 as the Community Architect for the ONAP Project. He now oversees technical operations across LFN.
He began his career at a Southern California start-up called FileNET back in the mid-1980s as the systems administrator of a VAX 11/750 running 4.2BSD UNIX. Since that time, he has served in a wide breadth of senior IT operations & PMO leadership positions. His areas of responsibility have included enterprise CRM and PLM system migrations, M & A activity and tier-4 data center management. In addition to several other start-ups, Kenny’s notable previous employers include RSA Security, Dell/EMC (VCE) and Cisco where he was a recipient of that company’s Top Achievement Award for Software Quality in recognition of his work leading process automation.
Outside of his responsibilities here at the LF, Kenny is an award-winning LEGOⓡ artist with his works in the permanent collections of local museums and Angel Island State Park.. You can read more about his build for Angel Island in this Linux Foundation blog post.