In Loyal Service of His Knighthood
Introducing Sir Kensington’s Executive Team
Mark Ramadan grew up on the sunny coast of Southern California, where he developed an early love for artisan food. His journey at Brown University took him in many directions, including that of financial education at Goldman Sachs Investment Banking and a degree in Economics and International Relations. Mark’s two passions, food and business, finally intersected when he met Scott and the spark resulted in the creation of Sir Kensington’s Gourmet Scooping Ketchup.
Mark has spent the last two years furthering his business education as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in New York.
Scott Norton grew up eating his mother’s potent Armenian food: sujuk, yalanchi, lahmacun, and other unpronounceable dishes. Once he moved to Brown, his grandfather (a veritable Sir Kensington) taught him how to prepare many such dishes. As an Economics concentrator with a penchant for the creative arts, he met Mark, and the two refined their aesthetic and gastronomic sensibilities together.
Scott has worked to grow media, technology, and socially focused startups, and has helped to instruct a Brown course on entrepreneurship and new ventures. After working in high frequency trading for Lehman Brothers and Mizuho Securities in Tokyo, Scott rode a folding bicycle across the eastern hemisphere on AsiaWheeling.
Brandon Child was born in Palo Alto, CA and grew up in Atherton, where he attended High School with Scott. Brandon has loved ketchup his whole life, favoring it over all the other condiments, and has now become a self proclaimed “connoisseur of ketchup.”
While working in business development at SBE Entertainment in Los Angeles, Brandon had the opportunity to work on SBE’s developing high end restaurant and hotel businesses.
Brandon earned a BS in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Brandon currently holds a position in the Corporate Finance division of Apple, Inc.
Win Bennett was raised in snowy Minneapolis, Minnesota. One of five children, Win’s desire to share the exceptional and bizarre of the culinary universe with friends and family has always intertwined with his love for travel. While the haphazard nature of this approach has led to numerous minor accidents and poor employment prospects, it has furthered his conviction that food tells a story.
Win has previously worked with agribusiness conglomerate Cargill, helping McDonald’s global supply chain capitalize on market trends and reduce costs. Win also spent time on Capitol Hill conducting agricultural and energy policy research in the Office of Senator Norm Coleman. Currently, Win works as an analyst for ICICI Venture, India’s largest private equity fund.