Kenna is a musician, humanitarian, filmmaker,and tech creative. He began his career in theentertainment industry as the youngest creativeproducer for The Family Channel. He then moved to music, finding critical acclaim with Grammy, Emmy and VMA nominations in breakthrough categories. Kenna has toured and collaborated with a host ofnotable music influencers, such as Pharrell, Chad Hugo of the Neptunes, Kings of Leon, Nelly Furtado, Lupe Fiasco, JoJo, Linkin Park, and Justin Timberlake.
Kenna’s philanthropic focus over the last few years has been in water, women empowerment, and the arts.He founded and produced Summit on the Summit, a clean water initiative that, through advocacy, helped the US government re-appropriate hundreds of millions of dollars to the global clean water crisis. Additionally, he has served on the Arts and Policy Roundtablefor Americans For The Arts, the UN Entrepreneurs Council, and the brain trust for Fortune 500Businesses on the Economics of Altruism. As atech creative, he worked on an array of platforms,including the reimagination of Myspace whichrecently sold to Time Inc.