2011 YP of the Year
The YPCI Young Professional of the Year Award recognizes and honors an individual who exemplifies excellence in professionalism, integrity, vision, drive, and perseverance in his or her professional and personal life. At the '11 YPCI Gala, Kenan Farrell was named this year's winner!
Kenan L. Farrell, of Indianapolis, is the founder of KLF Legal
, an intellectual property and business law firm. Kenan advises clients on matters related to intellectual property, technology, new media and the arts. He is also an adjunct professor at the I.U. School of Law-Indianapolis, teaching a newly-offered course titled "Art & Museum Law." Kenan is always working to improve the Indianapolis arts. He provides pro bono services to several Indy arts nonprofits, including a medieval musical troupe, a youth theatre and a rock camp for girls. He also serves as Vice President of IDADA, a prominent local arts organization, and is a founding director of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Kenan is also the founding president of the Mass Ave. Neighborhood Association. Find him online as: @KLFLegal
"YPCI would like to congratulate Kenan Farrell on being named the YPCI 2011 Young Professional of the Year. Kenan exemplified the characteristics this distinction seeks to reward. Further, Kenan has displayed great contribution to his community through his involvement with the Indianapolis Artists and Dealers Association, Girls Rock! Indianapolis, Pattern, Indianapolis Social Media, Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and Mass. Ave. Neighborhood Association. Congratulations Kenan!" Bo Ramsey, YPCI President
"Winning the Young Professional of the Year award is truly an honor because I know how many great young professionals there are in Indiana. I work with many of them on a daily basis and their energy and drive is a huge motivation. YPCI is doing a wonderful job of bringing all these young professionals together and I know Indiana is poised for amazing things." Kenan Farrell