Kenneth W. Freeman is the Allen Questrom Professor and Dean of Boston University Questrom School of Business. As Dean, he has engaged in transforming the curricula to include higher ambition topics such as ethics and global citizenship, health and life sciences, digital technology, sustainability and social enterprise. Ken began his career at Corning, where he led several businesses and ultimately served as Chairman and CEO of Quest Diagnostics, a Corning spinoff. During Ken’s tenure Quest had the third highest five-year shareholder returns among the Fortune 500 (1999-2003) and market capitalization increased from $350 million at the time of the spin-off to more than $9 billion. In 2013 Harvard Business Review named Ken one of the 100 best performing CEOs in the world.