Kenneth Creed is a career educator and innovator who works as a consultant and advisor to schools and organizations seeking impact in the education space. Kenneth started in the field working as an elementary classroom teacher in public schools in Austin, Texas followed by The Town School, an independent school in Manhattan. He was the Lower School Head at the Brearley School in Manhattan and Head of School at Hudson Lab School, a progressive, project based, intergenerational learning school in Westchester County, NY. Kenneth also worked as the Operations and Innovation Lead for AltSchool, a Silicon Valley startup that developed educational software in lab schools in the US. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Advertising from Louisiana State University and a Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership from Bank Street College of Education in New York City. He lives in Manhattan with his wife. They have two teenage children.

Kenneth is on the Board of Trustees of the White Mountain School, a boarding school in New Hampshire. He is an advisor to the Jesse Kolber Foundation, an organization that provides free college prep testing and mentoring to high school students. Kenneth also serves on several other committees including The Carl Schurz Park Conservancy and The Pound Ridge Land Acquisition and Conservation Board.