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Ken McKenzie

Partner, EVP of Finance

Ken is thrilled to be part of the Ampelis team. Before joining Ampelis, he gained valuable healthcare experience at Frontline HCP and Refresh Mental Health. In both companies, Ken played a crucial role in assisting mid-sized to large-scale behavioral health providers in scaling their businesses through operational improvements and technology implementations.

Recently, Ken embarked on a volunteer journey with the Brighton Ski Patrol, where he is currently undergoing training. During his time in Chicago, he played a pivotal role in launching a 501(c)(3) charity that focuses on economically stable programs aimed at assisting less fortunate individuals.

Prior to that, Ken was involved in launching practices at two different consulting firms, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Embark LLC. At Embark, he spearheaded the launch of the Finance Transformation practice, which focused on aiding mid-market companies in achieving improvement through the strategic use of technology, process enhancements, and employee training. At PwC, Ken contributed to the training of the US advisory practice, specifically by equipping M&A consultants with advanced analytic tools such as Alteryx, Tableau, MS Power Tools, Python, and more. This initiative ultimately led to the creation of the data analytics practice, a new service offering for PwC, dedicated to addressing business challenges through data analytics.

Ken's educational background includes a Master’s degree in Accounting (MAcc) with a minor in information systems from the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

He is deeply passionate about spending time with his wife and three wonderful boys. Ken's interests span a wide range, from outdoor activities like hiking, backpacking, survival camping, and engaging in building and structural engineering projects to sports such as rugby and various board sports. Additionally, he has a penchant for some nerdier pursuits, including chess and coding.

Ken McKenzie
Ken McKenzie
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