Kenneth A. Cobb is a native of Detroit, Michigan, and a retired electrical engineer. During and after his career, he also worked as an adjunct college math professor, public high school math teacher, math tutor, and G.E.D. instructor.
Kenneth thoroughly enjoys writing as a way of expressing his perspectives, viewpoints, and opinions. He has been writing essays on all sorts of topics for over thirty years.
Besides writing, his hobbies and passions include: straightahead Jazz, independent films, Black theatre (e.g., plays, dance, choirs, spoken word), sports, and current events.
Kenneth graduated from St. Charles Grade School and De La Salle Collegiate High School, both on Detroit’s eastside. At the latter, he was awarded the “Mathematics Excellence Award” at graduation for highest achievement.
Kenneth is a graduate of the University of Michigan (B.S. Electrical Engineering, B.S. Engineering Science), University of Maryland (M.B.A. Finance/Statistics), and Drexel University (M.S. Electrical Engineering).
He currently resides outside of Baltimore, Maryland.