Ken Kendrick has served as managing general partner of the Arizona Diamondbacks since 2004, overseeing day-to-day operation and acting as the organization’s designated representative when the Major League Baseball owners convene.
During his tenure, the teams has twice captured the National League West Division and eliminated more than $200 million of debt. Kendrick has also helped to change the face of downtown Phoenix, as a principal in the development of CityScape, Arizona's largest commercial/retail real estate development. Prior to his time with the Diamondbacks, he worked for IBM, founded Datatel Inc. and served as principal investor for Woodforest National Bank. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from West Virginia University.