From 2001-2016 Kenneth served as Vice President, Land Sales & Exchanges for Temple-Inland and its real estate spinoff, Forestar Group. He was responsible for managing the analysis, and segmentation of over 350,000 acres of undeveloped land assets into long-term hold, strategic, and retail land sale opportunities. During his tenure, Kenneth oversaw the divestiture of these undeveloped land assets in Georgia and Alabama through a high- volume retail land sale program as well as Institutional/Investor sales. Prior to 2001 Kenneth held various wood procurement and land management positions with Temple-Inland and its successor companies, as well as Georgia Pacific.
Kenneth graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources in 1983. He also is a former Board Member of the Georgia Forestry Association. He resides in Rome, Ga. with his wife Leigh Ann. Their 5 children have graduated or are currently enrolled in various Universities.
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