Ken Bacon, is co-founder and managing partner of Railfield Realty Partners, an investment management firm that invests in apartments on behalf of institutional investors. He started Railfield after retiring from Fannie Mae, where he was Executive Vice President for the multifamily business. In this role, Ken was responsible for a $195 billion portfolio, which included senior debt, mezzanine loans, tax credits and equity. Prior to joining Fannie Mae, he served as Director of Securitization at the Resolution Trust Corporation, and as an officer of Morgan Stanley. In addition to his duties at Railfield, Ken serves as a director of Comcast, Ally Financial, Forest City Realty Trust and Welltower. A former trustee of Stanford University, he is also a member of various advisory boards at the school including the Stanford Center on Longevity. He has a B.A. from Stanford, a M.Sc. from the London School of Economics where he studied as a Marshall Scholar, and an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business.