Alumni Tale: Kenneth Kincaid ’78

What did you study at UNH?


What were you doing one year out of college?

I had just started my first position in medical sales and was taking some MBA level business classes.

What were you doing five years out of college?

I was working for a small pharmaceutical company, managing the northern New England territory. I was able to combine my science degree along with the business classes to successfully manage the territory and communicate with the medical professionals in it.

What were you doing 10 years out of college?

I was working for a large pharmaceutical company as a district manager and field trainer.

What are you doing now?

I am recruiting and hiring from a home-based position for a pharmaceutical company, I also have taken USSSF Soccer Coaching courses up to my “D” license and coach soccer for local and club teams.

How do you feel your time at UNH has had an impact on where you are today?

My time at UNH showed me how to organize my time so I could get everything done without waiting until the last minute or panicking. Playing on the varsity soccer team while taking a pre-med courseload I was forced to prioritize my time. They call it multi-tasking now, we just called it doing all your work. No matter what happens I can stay calm and get the tasks done.

Why do you believe in UNH?

As an undergrad I didn’t realize how special it was, until my out-of-state friends told me how lucky they felt to have matriculated. At that point I realized how special the Durham campus was and remains to this day.