Ken Banks Net Worth

Ken Banks Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Ken Banks Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Ken Banks is the Founder of and creator of FrontlineSMS, a mobile messaging application aimed at the grassroots non-profit community. He was the invited opening keynote speaker at the 2009 Humanitarian Technology Challenge and is described as "probably the world’s leading voice in promoting mobile phones as an appropriate technology" in the May/June 2010 edition of World Watch magazine.Banks is Co-Chair of the W3C Mobile Web for Social Development Group, a member and panelist for the Clinton Global Initiative and on the Advisory Board of a number of non-profit ventures including FrontlineSMS:Medic, Samasource and Question Box. He has written about the role of mobile technology for Didactics World, BBC News, Boston Review, Vodafone Receiver and Stanford University and Harvard University magazines, has a regular on-line column in PC World and National Geographic, and is a judge in the not-for-profit category of the official GSM Association Global Mobile Awards. He also appeared as a special guest on VoxAfrica TV, PRI's The World, CBC's Spark and BBC's Digital Planet. Banks has been interviewed and quoted in a number of mainstream and industry publications including The Economist, the BBC, The New York Times, Time magazine and in a recent UN publication focusing on advances in mobile health.Banks is a recognized thought-leader in his field, developing the original thinking behind the social mobile long tail and the rise of the reluctant innovator. His ideas are further expanded on at "Build it Kenny, and they will come...".Banks graduated from the University of Sussex in the UK with honors in Social Anthropology with Development Studies in 1999. Between 2006 and 2007 he was based at Stanford University as a Visiting Fellow on the Reuters Digital Vision Program, and in 2008 was named as one of sixteen Pop!Tech Social Innovation Fellows. In 2009 he was named a Laureate of The Tech Awards. In May 2010, Banks was named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer, an award which "recognizes and supports uniquely gifted and inspiring young adventurers, scientists, photographers, and storytellers - explorers who are already making a difference early in their careers.". Throughout 2011 Banks picked up a further three awards. He was the winner of the Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest, named an Ashoka Fellow, and picked up the Curry Stone Design Prize for his work with FrontlineSMS.Banks has lived and worked throughout Africa since the early 1990s in countries including Kenya, Nigeria (where he ran a primate sanctuary), South Africa, Mozambique, Cameroon, Zambia, Uganda and Zimbabwe. He currently resides in Cambridge with his wife.He has received grants from the MacArthur Foundation, Open Society Institute (OSI), The Rockefeller Foundation, Hivos, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. In May 2010 the Omidyar Network announced additional funding to allow Banks to continue his work.In 2007 he launched The kiwanja Foun

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Special Effects

Curse of Chucky2013effects technician: Alterian
Robot & Frank2012mold maker: robot and robotic effects, Alterian
Beastly2011general snooter: Alterian
The Cave2005moldmaker: Patrick Tatopoulos Designs
Men in Black II2002mold department: Cinovation
The Forsaken2001mold maker

Make Up Department

Bad Grandpa2013makeup effects lab technician - uncredited
The Heartbreak Kid2007special makeup effects: molding & casting, Alterian, Inc.
Hairspray2007makeup effects mold maker: Alterian
Blade: Trinity2004prosthetic eyes and teeth: Spectral Motion, Inc.
Planet of the Apes2001mold department: Cinovation Studios

Visual Effects

Van Helsing2004visual effects
Spawn1997visual effects


Electroma2006White Room Technician #3

Costume Department

Thor2011specialty costume crew: Film Illusions

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