President of the National Space Society
worked as Senior Scientist at the Defense and Civil Institute of Environmental
Medicine in Toronto. He has published over one hundred science articles
and authored six different topics in the World Book Encyclopedia. Some
of his contributions in the scientific field include knowledge of the
inner ear, motion sickness, disorientation, and biological effects of space
flight. Some of Moneys interests include badminton, skiing, acrobatic
flying, skydiving, fishing, and reading. In 1956, Ken competed in the
Olympic Games and placed fifth in the high jump. In 1989, he won the
U.S. masters badminton championship in Miami.
Ken has served on the NSS Board of Governors since 1986 and on the Board of Directors since 2004, and has done liaison work between the two Boards.