South Florida’s Delegate for 17th Annual ABFF : Ken W. Burrough


Ken W. Burrough is the CEO and Founder of the South Florida Black Professionals Network (SFBP).

By establishing an online, offline and collaborative approach to connecting local minority professionals he has catapulted SFBP into a thriving organization experiencing unprecedented growth and brand recognition in just over 2 years.

Mr. Burrough is a career technician as well with over 30 years experience servicing an array of diverse technologies for Fortune 500 businesses across multiple markets including Architectural, Networking, Telecomm, Financial and Retail.

In his spare time he freelances as a videographer. He has shot and produced promotional video for ICABA Media Holdings, LLC, the 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, the Juneteenth Festival of St. Petersburg, the Infinite Scholars Program and several entrepreneurs and artists. His work has been aired on the Bright House Network and posted by Moffit Cancer Center.

In 2013 Mr. Burrough served as the South Florida Delegate for Film Life Inc.’s 17th annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) as well. Delegates were selected based on their ability to influence, promote and bring awareness to the American Black Film Festival to people in their local market.

Additionally, he has received critical acclaim for his self-published book entitled Assimilating in America: Personal Reflections and New Perspectives on 50 Years of Integration. The work is a very bold and prophetic interpretation of post-Civil Rights life in America.

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and raised in Los Angeles, Ca. Mr. Burrough proudly served his country as a US Marine providing technical support for ground to air communications between the Mobile Air Traffic Control Unit (MATCU) and assault aircraft and was honorably discharged.

He is the proud father of five up-and-coming young adults and resides in Hollywood, Florida.