Mr. Kenneth R. Levine, also known as Ken, serves as Chief Executive Officer and President of Verdasys Inc. Mr. Levine has been a General Partner of Terawatt Ventures since 2014.
He has more than 20 years of start-up and business leadership experience Mr. Levine serves as Chief Executive Officer of AdVentures, Inc. Mr. Levine co-founded Brookline Venture Partners LLC in 2004 and served as its and Partner. He also served as the firm's Principal.
Previously, Mr. Levine served as a Senior Vice President and General Manager of Management Systems of McAfee, Inc., where he was responsible for defining and executing the strategic direction for the McAfee security management business. He joined McAfee through the acquisition of NitroSecurity in 2011. Mr. Levine served as the President of NitroSecurity since August 2007 and served as its Chief Executive Officer since June 2006 and Chairman since 2004.
He served as Principal of Enterasys Networks, Inc.
He was one of the key executives at Cabletron Systems from 1985 to 1998, where he served for 15 years as an Executive Vice President of World Wide Sales. Mr. Levine was instrumental in developing the highly successful tiered sales strategy comprised of both inside and outside sales teams. He had a remarkable run of 54 consecutive quarters of growth on the New York Stock Exchange. Mr. Levine also established Cabletron's federal government operations, which grew to over $300 million in revenue and formed a dedicated telco group that was responsible for sales and marketing initiatives to telcos and ISPs.
He serves as a Director of Verdasys Inc. He serves on several Boards including Qousa, The Mall Radio Network, and GenuOne. He serves as a Director of Change Dynamics, Inc.
Mr. Levine serves as the President of the Boston Chapter of the American Jewish Committee completed his fourth year. Mr. Levine was a Board Member of numerous non-profit organizations and he supports over 60 organizations in and around Boston.
He attended a Masters program in Theology at Boston College and a B.S. in Economics degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 1985.