Harry Andrew Kennedy Jr.
- Founder and CEO
Harry A. Kennedy is the founder and CEO of HAK Electronics, LLC, where he also serves as the lead STEM teacher for advanced students. Harry’s passion for education and teaching was birthed during his tenure at Texas Instruments. There he quickly learned his talent for education surrounding technical engineering concepts while working with engineers globally. He used that skill while recruiting and volunteering to teach the functionality of devices that go into cell phones, computers and cars.
In 2017, Harry left Texas Instruments to focus on HAK Electronics full-time. In June of that year he opened his first innovation lab in Dallas, Texas, with a focus on developing student talent. Now, with over 600 students successfully impacted to date through either a workshop, summer camp, and/or curriculum. HAK continues to be culturally influential in the DFW market, by breaking down complex engineering concepts through hands on experience with everyday tech items. Thus improving students overall STEM proficiency--proving any student can learn how to create dope technology using circuits.
Additional engineering industry experience include work at Fortune 500 companies such as General Motors and General Electric. Harry Kennedy is a alumnus of The Ohio State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
Still asking why Harry?
Adept Electrical Engineer
Experienced circuit board designer, with new product development skills
Focused on problem solving, and showcasing the value behind the work
Hands on workshops recruiting with Texas Instruments, Inc.
Mentored students with a focus on understanding the "Why"
Taught board design and lab skills to 40 college engineers
Presented and spoke to over 500 students as an organizational chair
Strong Industry Experience
Presented an individual company project to Senior VPs
Through a top talent, program after working 12 months (typically offered at 3-8 years)
Supports an automotive family penetrating into a $700M market
Explains how to implement devices into diverse customer systems
Published documents promoting devices for customer's end equipment