Harry Kennerk, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Summer 2007 on July 2007
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An S.E.C. Biography Harry Kennerk was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he grew up. He attended Ballermine College in Louisville, Kentucky, majoring in history and philosophy. Harry was born into an Irish-Catholic family, and was the second of eight children. His mother was always a fun-loving person her whole life and related well to […]

Harry Kennerk, S.E.C.
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Posted in In the Spotlight, Winter 2007 on January 2007
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An S.E.C. Biography Harry Kennerk was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He grew up in Fort Wayne and attended Ballermine College in Louisville, Kentucky where he majored in history and philosophy. Harry was born into an Irish-Catholic Family, and was the second of eight children. His mother was always a fun-loving person who related well […]

Books on the Counselor’s Nightstand
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Posted in Society Columns, Winter 2005 on January 2005
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As members of the Society of Exchange Counselors, creativity is at the forefront of our daily thinking. But, how does creative thinking begin and subsequently become nourished over time? I see that process as a “Journey of the Mind” which begins and ends with the things we read and experience every day. As our experiences […]

University Housing and the Private Sector
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Posted in Feature Articles, Winter 2005 on January 2005
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Editor’s note: The Observer recently interviewed Society member, Harry Kennerk, S.E.C. regarding a real estate investment opportunity in a specialized market niche, University Housing and the Private Sector. The Observer: Harry, I understand you represent an investment opportunity in a unique market niche, university housing provided by the private sector. Tell us about it. Harry […]

Books on the Counselor’s Nightstand
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Posted in Autumn 2004, Society Columns on September 2004
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As members of the Society of Exchange Counselors, creativity is at the forefront of our daily thinking. But, how does creative thinking begin and subsequently become nourished over time? I see that process as a “Journey of the Mind” which begins and ends with the things we read and experience every day. As our experiences […]

Books on the Counselor’s Nightstand
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Posted in Society Columns, Summer 2004 on July 2004
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As members of the Society of Exchange Counselors, creativity is at the forefront of our daily thinking. But, how does creative thinking begin and subsequently become nourished over time? I see that process as a “Journey of the Mind” which begins and ends with the things we read and experience every day. As our experiences […]

A Journey of the Mind: Books on the Counselor’s Nightstand
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Posted in Society Columns, Spring 2004 on May 2004
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As members of the Society of Exchange Counselors, creativity is at the forefront of our daily thinking. But, how does creative thinking begin and subsequently become nourished over time? I see that process as a “Journey of the Mind” which begins and ends with the things we read and experience every day. As our experiences […]

A Journey of the Mind: Books on the Counselor’s Nightstand
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Posted in Society Columns, Winter 2004 on January 2004
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As members of the Society of Exchange Counselors, creativity is at the forefront of our daily thinking. But, how does creative thinking begin and subsequently become nourished over time? I see that process as a “Journey of the Mind” which begins and ends with the things we read and experience every day. As our experiences […]