Scope of Service + Experience
When it comes to business, two things matter most to Ken: Community before commodity and honorable service.
As the co-founder of NAI Cascade–and “owner emeritus” after selling the company to the brokers–Ken focuses on creating meaningful relationships that lead to beneficial outcomes for all involved. He believes that one’s success is not lasting and genuine if it comes at the expense of others or causes unmitigated environmental degradation. This standard has helped his clients realize meaningful, mutually beneficial gains for their investments, business operations and communities alike.
“I learned the value of teamwork and effective leadership as an international river guide and adventure travel outfitter. I learned it from researching and writing books on fostering good in communities. And I’ve learned and lived it as a commercial real estate broker focused on making this industry one driven as much by heart as it is by economics.
I have owned businesses and worked in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and beyond–including nearly 50 different countries. I consider myself blessed to have witnessed firsthand both thriving and threadbare places. Regardless of walk of life, I believe all people deserve fair and principled advocates in their efforts to achieve as individuals and as part of a growing community. I strive to be that advocate and hope to partner with clients that share my passion for the pursuit of greater good.”
Ken is the proud dad of Dawson (17), Delaney (14), and Dari (14). Dawson likes cool cars and rebuilding them. Delaney is a gymnastics and trampoline fiend. Dari devours books and loves soccer. Ken’s saintly wife Danielle works at the regional airport and can be spotted at the local Alaska Airlines counter. Ken loves spending time with family and friends on any pristine river that renders peace of mind and good cheer.
Ken is our resident author and NAI Cascade takes pride in his books, “The Gift of Courage,” “Be the Good,” and his upcoming guidebook to closing our cultural rifts, “The Art of the Heal.” His podcast, “Good Change,” shares stories of greater good and people from all walks of life that stand on common ground, with guests who are making a world of difference in their respective communities.