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Coffee with Ken
In March of 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread and lead to stay at home orders around the globe, Ken quickly began hosting a thought leadership series called Coffee with Ken. The conversations have been intended to address a broad spectrum of topics from issues in business, politics, social impact and innovation. The CWK conversation series has a regular audience and has had thousands of listeners. Previous speakers include Joe Stigliltz (Nobel Economist), Suzanne Clark (CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce), Dr. Carla Hayden (Librarian of Congress), Jonelle Procope (CEO of the Apollo Theater), David Rubenstein (Co-Founder of the Carlyle Group) and dozens of others. As the former Chairman of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Ken believes strongly in the power of convening thought leaders for timely discussions on the most relevant topics.
In 2017, Ken Biberaj joined the Savills Suburban DC office in northern Virginia. A commercial real estate veteran with over 15 years of experience, Ken provides tenants with 360-degree, all-encompassing advisory services that allow their companies to make the best financial and operational decision – with room for growth. From market research and analysis to financial modeling and forecasting, Ken provides his clients with an abundance of data analyses that help them make an informed decision. Whether a company is in legal, nonprofit, financial services or technology, Ken advises them throughout the entire transaction.
Prior to joining Savills, Ken worked for his family’s real estate company, where he eventually became vice president. As VP, Ken was involved with real estate operations, as well as investment sales and brokerage. He also coordinated public relations and business development for The Russian Tea Room, the iconic NY venue that his family owns and operates. Ken also served for three years as the Chairman of the Board for the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and in 2013 was a candidate for City Council on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
- American University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
- Harvard Kennedy School, Master of Public Policy
- New York Law School, Juris Doctor