Kenneth started running with his friends who were training for ninth grade soccer tryouts in his hometown of Ridgewood, New Jersey. After a high school career replete with ups and downs, and after swallowing the bittersweetness of never defeating Don Bosco at a county meet, Kenneth moved on to run at Williams College. It was there he learned about the steeplechase — the only race for both man and horse — and where he managed to go to Oxford for his junior year and run for their cross country and athletics clubs. His favorite running memory is winning the steeple at the Oxford-Cambridge varsity athletics match in 2019. After graduating, Kenneth continued to train and race off and on while he worked in Brooklyn and in D.C. These have included regular track races as well as less conventional events, like the 200+ mile relay he took part in last Summer with his former Williams teammates in Western Montana. He is currently finishing up his master’s at Johns Hopkins SAIS.