Ken Klotz

Instructor

Baker Hall 328
(309) 677-3882
kenk@bradley.edu

J.D., University of Arkansas School of Law
B.S. in Business Administration (Management), Illinois State University

Biography

Ken joined the Foster College of Business as an instructor in 2015, after having taught courses as an adjunct at Bradley University for several years. He also serves as the first Managing Director of the Turner School of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Bradley University.  His responsibilities include day-to-day management of the Turner School, creation of new student entrepreneurship activities and programs, and primary contact with students and faculty. He holds a B.S in Business Administration (Management) from Illinois State University, and a J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law.  For 13 years he practiced business and commercial law in Houston, Texas.

Prior positions at Bradley University include: Director of Programs at the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship; and Director of the Small Business Development Center, providing strategic planning and business advice to entrepreneurs.

Teaching

Ken has taught courses in small business management, family business, and entrepreneurship. Currently he teaches courses on managing entrepreneurial growth, collaboration in organizations, and innovation in organizations.  Ken also manages the capstone business and engineering convergence projects, where business students work collaboratively with engineering students to design and commercialize an innovation.

 

Service

Professional Memberships:
  • United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE)
  • Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC)
Community Involvement:
  • FamilyCore- Board of Directors
  • Illinois Business Financial Services- Board of Directors
  • Peoria County Business Development Fund- Loan Committee