Dr. Ken Druck has been a bestselling author, speaker, organizational coach/consultant and inspirational leader for the last thirty-five years. While his career began in clinical psychology, Ken’s pioneering work in the areas of executive coaching, parent education, male psychology, grief literacy and, most recently, transforming adversity into spiritual deepening has resulted in Ken receiving the “Distinguished Contributions to Psychology” and “Visionary Leadership” awards.
After the tragic death of his eldest daughter, Jenna, in 1996, Ken founded the Jenna Druck Center to honor her life and spirit. To date, the Center has directly helped more than 7,500 bereaved families through its Families Helping Families program and trained more than 15,000 young women through the Spirit of Leadership program. Ken has been called upon repeatedly to help families, communities and our nation after tragedies including 9/11, the shootings at Columbine High School, Hurricane Katrina, and the Space Shuttle Disaster. Over the years, he has appeared regularly as a guest on Anderson Cooper, Oprah and other popular talk shows. He is frequently featured in many of the nation’s leading newspapers.
Ken has distilled the essence of his life’s work into a new book, The Real Rules of Life: Balancing Life’s Terms with Your Own, which is receiving rave reviews from around the world.
"We define and distinguish ourselves by how selflessly and courageously we love, summon up strength of heart in times of adversity, reinvent ourselves over a lifetime and give something back to the world."