Kent Fahrenbruck began his time with Character First/Strata Leadership in 1997. He currently serves as Managing Director of Strata Center for Public Safety and is an Account Executive for Strata Leadership and Character First Education. Over the past 22 years, he has worked with and trained thousands of educators, law enforcement personnel, business leaders and parents around the world to integrate life-changing character principles into their lives, families, and organizations. He is also a certified evaluator for Character.org, an organization that sponsors the National Schools of Character program.
Kent graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in Agribusiness. He spent 24 years at US West Communications as a field technician, human resource manager, dispatch supervisor, and trainer. In 1996, he moved to Oklahoma City, assuming responsibility for Character First Education, where he supervised curriculum development, teacher training, and program
deployment around the world. His travels include multiple trips to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Mongolia, Ghana, and the Philippines.
Kent and his wife, Kathy, live in Fort Collins, Colorado. They have five grown children and fourteen grandchildren.