Kenn Toft started his career at Brunel University as an industry expert in data gathering and media law. Within a short time, he became a part of the academic education staff. Kenn also serves as a criminal court Magistrate, appointed in 2007 as one of the youngest in the City of London and was further appointed to the Central Criminal Court (2010) as an appeal court Magistrate to re-evaluate convictions and sentences passed from the lower courts. He has served on the inner London Family Panel and is actively involved in Brunel widening participation scheme with Amity University India where he is a regular guest lecturer and has of this year (2020) become a member of Amity University International Advisory Board.
Kenn is the module lead for our data gathering module at both internal and external (NCTJ) undergraduate level. He is also the undergraduate personal tutor for all students, admissions tutor (Journalism) open day and applicant day facilitator and is actively involved in ensuring that students have the opportunity to voice their concerns in a safe environment. In addition to his data gathering and meida law, Kenn is currently leading our vocal coaching for the TV and radio broadcast module.