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Ken Cooke, President


from Marietta, OH

Marietta College
Bachelor of Science, Business and Economics

Ohio University
Masters, Business Administration

Ken is a patron of the Cincinnati Zoo and former president of its board of trustees.

About Ken

Ken Cooke is the President of Intermedix and serves on its board of directors.

In his role, Ken is responsible for overseeing all operations and procedures of our three primary business units: provider services, EMS and emergency preparedness and response. Joining Intermedix as executive vice president and chief operating officer in 2008, Ken is a key member of our senior management team, and has extensive experience in successfully cultivating and maintaining trusted relationships with clients and customers.

Before joining Intermedix, Ken was the United States and global chief information officer at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC). In this position, Ken established and delivered the firm’s technology strategy, including application development and daily information technology operations. During his career at PWC, he managed various additional business units within the firm.

Currently, Ken is a member of the board of directors for Lancaster Colony Corporation, a packaged food company that produces and distributes specialty foods to retail and foodservice customers. In this role, Ken contributes strategic, operational, financial M&A, technology and IT security expertise to Board level deliberations.

In 2014, Ken was awarded the Accountant of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award from Ohio University. In addition, Ken was named as one of the 100 IT Leaders from Computerworld Premier.

Ken obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in business and economics at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio and his Masters of Business Administration at Ohio University.

Aside from his professional career, Ken enjoys time with family, golf, running and science fiction.