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Ken Coleman has spent the past 25 years in senior executive and consulting roles with start-up software and Internet companies in the Boston area. 

A native Californian and Stanford graduate, Ken came to Boston in 1979 to attend Harvard Business School and has been here ever since. He worked as a management consultant with Bain & Company before starting an entrepreneurial career.  Over the years, Ken has been involved in nearly a dozen start-up ventures as a co-founder, consultant, board member, or investor, including Dataware (IPO), BabyZone (sold to Disney), Lionbridge (IPO), and TimeTrade (VC-backed).  In addition to senior marketing and operations roles, Ken has completed over 20 buy-side acquisitions for these ventures, including two in 2012 for Lionbridge. 

As a volunteer, Ken serves on the board of the Gifford School, a special education school in Weston, MA.  Ken is also Treasurer of The Herren Project, a non-profit started by former NBA player Chris Herren that helps deter teens from substance abuse and addiction, and helps young adults and families in recovery.  Ken and his wife, Sue Morelli, reside in Brookline, Massachusetts and have a daughter at Northeastern and a son at Roger Williams University.Ken Coleman has spent the past 25 years in senior executive and consulting roles with start-up software and Internet companies in the Boston area. 

A native Californian and Stanford graduate, Ken came to Boston in 1979 to attend Harvard Business School and has been here ever since. He worked as a management consultant with Bain & Company before starting an entrepreneurial career.  Over the years, Ken has been involved in nearly a dozen start-up ventures as a co-founder, consultant, board member, or investor, including Dataware (IPO), BabyZone (sold to Disney), Lionbridge (IPO), and TimeTrade (VC-backed).  In addition to senior marketing and operations roles, Ken has completed over 20 buy-side acquisitions for these ventures, including two in 2012 for Lionbridge. 

As a volunteer, Ken serves on the board of the Gifford School, a special education school in Weston, MA.  Ken is also Treasurer of The Herren Project, a non-profit started by former NBA player Chris Herren that helps deter teens from substance abuse and addiction, and helps young adults and families in recovery.  Ken and his wife, Sue Morelli, reside in Brookline, Massachusetts and have a daughter at Northeastern and a son at Roger Williams University.