Over the last 20 years, Allen has personally trained and taught over 10,000 youth entrepreneurs in Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Nigeria, Senegal, and all over the US.
Currently, Kenneth serves as the Director of the Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program (ITVAP) and Managing Partner of the Grindery an Urban Business Incubator for adult entrepreneurs.
Allen annually volunteers for such organizations like the Indiana Black Expo, Prince Hall Mason and Prince Hall Shriners. He is the current Chair of the Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males, a board member of the Indianapolis Department of Public Works, and he also serves as a lay minister for the First Baptist Church North Indianapolis. Allen is the recipient of over 200 hundred awards for his dedication to community service. He is also the proud father of two school-age children.
- 2014 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Political Leadership Institute
- 2016 Indianapolis Public Safety Citizens Academy Graduate
- 2017 New Pro Journey Fellow
- 2018 FBI Citizens Academy Graduate