Prior to his role as CEO of Mojio, Kenny Hawk led three companies as CEO: Ubidyne, the global leader in active antenna systems for the global wireless market, and winner of the GSMA Innovator of the Year Award; NemeriX (sold to Qualcomm in 2009), which set the world record for low-power GPS chipsets for smartphones; and iGo, a company Kenny also founded. iGo was purchased by Mobility Electronics in 2002 and has gone on to produce $1 billion in sales to date.
Kenny holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Stanford University. He grew up playing football, basketball, and baseball in Detroit, but fell in love with rugby. He became a co-captain at the University of Michigan, winning two Big Ten Championships. His first live concert was the Rolling Stones at the Pontiac Silverdome.