The VCF concluded its work in 2004. Kenneth went on to work for the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund, set up to provide financial relief for the victims of the Virginia Tech shooting.
On June 10, 2009, he was appointed by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to set the pay for the top 175 executives at the seven largest Troubled Asset Relief Program fund recipients, per NYU School of Law.
In Oct. 2016, Kenneth joined the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program established by the Archdiocese of New York. He was responsible for evaluating the claims submitted by victims of sexual abuse.
“Just in the state of New York, we have resolved 1,346 cases and have paid out $258 million (all funds provided by the New York dioceses),” Kenneth told ABC News. “The program has been extremely well received, and individual abuse claims continue to be received and processed notwithstanding the change in the New York statute.”