About Ken

Kenneth Bossard is a freelance writer with twenty years experience in mortgage finance. His creative pursuits include poetry, screenwriting and theater performance. Ken has an MBA in Real Estate Development from The George Washington University as well as an M.A. in Interactive Journalism from American University. He received his bachelors in Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park.

University of Maryland, College ParkKen’s first novel, “Cheryl’s Song,” is a coming-of-age, young adult romance set in the late 1970’s on a large, urban campus. Ken pledged a Black Greek Letter Organization as an undergraduate at The University of Maryland, College Park and pledged eight more “Lines” of pledges in the following decade.


Kenneth’s three decades in Real estate as a nonprofit Housing Counselor, Bank mortgage lender and Realtor have distilled in him an appreciation for the challenges everyday families endure trying to maintain an upwardly mobile lifestyle. Ken has counseled hundreds of potential homeowners on credit, debt and the mortgage banking system during the stressful decision to make the largest financial investment most will attempt in their lifetimes.

American UniversityAs a writer, Kenneth looks for the story and rhythm of each topic. A natural lyricist, Kenneth has written over 400 poems, many Christian-Inspirational themed (GodManWoman.com). He is also a celebrated actor, having appeared in D.C.-area plays and in the Netflix series House of Cards and VEEP.


Bank of America MortgageKen lives in Washington, D.C. where he will be attending UDC Clarke law school for Real Estate Law in Fall 2017. 

Ken lives in Washington, D.C. where he pursues his writing and real estate passions.