Ken Graham is the Senior Managing Principal and founder of Inverness Graham Investments, an operationally focused, lower middle market private investment firm with over $500M of assets under management. Ken oversees all activities of the firm, including investment sourcing, evaluation, monitoring and divestiture. Prior to forming Inverness Graham, Ken served as Senior Vice President of Graham Packaging Company, heading Latin American Operations, Global Business Development, and the Tetra Pak/Graham Global Alliance and as Executive Chairman of Graham Engineering Corporation. Earlier in his career, Ken served as Director of Business Development for Superconducting Core Technologies, as a manager for turnaround consultants Mackenzie, Hovey and Associates, and was a co-founder of media technology and services firm Media Stream. Ken currently serves on the National Advisory Board for Technology Transfer at the University of Michigan and as a trustee of Thomas Jefferson University. He is Vice Chairman of the Burke Mountain Academy Board of Trustees and is active in numerous other professional organizations in private equity and regional business. Ken earned his B.A. from Dartmouth College and his MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College.