Meet Ken Johns!
Ken is an agency veteran, with 25 years of service under his belt at Brunner. When he’s not on the job as our SVP, Client Experience & Planning, he’s spending time with his family, playing his regular weekly game of basketball, or golfing with his son.
Q: What were some of your high school hobbies?
A: Played basketball and ran cross country and track.
Q: Tell us some high school fun facts.
A: I was the fifth generation to graduate from my local high school (which makes my kids the sixth generation).
Q: Tell us about home life today!
A: I have been married to my wife Chrissie for 23 years and have 3 children (KC who will be a freshman at Allegheny College, Lily who will be a senior in high school, and Nora who will be a sophomore in high school.)
Q: Any fun “projects” happening at home?
A: Lots and lots of yard work earlier this year. We’re currently working on our basement and building a family room.
Q: What is one thing you’ve crossed off your bucket list?
A: Hiking the Grand Canyon.
Q: What do you do on the weekends/in your free time?
A: I like to do anything with my family. I still play basketball and have a regular game weekly –although we haven’t done that in a while. I’ve been playing more golf this year because it’s been available, and my son started playing.
Q: What is your favorite book?
A: Just read a book called “Why the Best are the Best” – really enjoyed it.
Q: Do you have an “unpopular opinion”?
A: You can have Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter– all of it. Not interesting.
Q: If you could eat without getting full, what would your ultimate buffet be?
A: Maryland Blue Crab and corn on the cob.
Q: Choose a movie title for the story of your life. Who would play you?
A: “What Happened?” Starring Steve Carell.
Q: What’s your favorite sports team?
A: Anything my kids play – but mostly UNC Basketball.
Q: What would you do with one million dollars?
A: Well I have three kids headed to college – so there’s that. There are a few charities we’ve been involved in –Food Bank, Shepard’s Heart – for sure we’d give money to those.