Kenneth R. Roney is the President of the Christian Network Foundation. Prior to serving in his present position, he served as the Executive Vice President for the Foundation, assisting various ministry partnerships by helping individuals make lifetime ministry gifts and legacy gifts and by working with individuals, trusts, churches, and schools who want to utilize the opportunities for investment and giving through the Christian Network Foundation.
Ken practiced law for thirty-six years. His practice was a general civil practice with emphasis on wills, trusts, estate planning, real estate, corporate law and dispute resolution. In addition to practicing law, he has served as a mediator and an arbitrator and has been a trainer of mediators in private industry, state agencies, and courses approved by the Supreme Courts of Florida, Indiana, Tennessee, and California. He graduated with high honors from the University of Florida (B.A.) and from Nova University Law School (J.D.) and is admitted to the Florida, Colorado, and Kansas Bars.
In addition to serving as the Foundation's president, he has served as an adjunct professor, teaching courses in grant writing and business law.
He has been an active layman in his local churches, having served in various capacities and acting as a member of Gideons International for several years. In 2001, Ken was elected as the state secretary for the Gideons in Colorado. In 2004, Ken was selected as the Executive Vice President for the Christian Network Foundation. He became the president of the Foundation in 2012.
"I am delighted that God has given me this opportunity to use my talents and skills to directly serve in the kingdom. I have enjoyed a successful professional career, and now He has given me the opportunity to have a more direct role in the kingdom."