MANAGEMENT TEAM

Lee M. Kennedy
Managing Principal, Koda Ventures, LLC
President & CEO, Lee Kennedy Company, Inc.
St. Joseph’s College, BA, 1987

Lee Michael Kennedy began working with Lee Kennedy Co., Inc. as a field laborer in 1980. Over the last 29 years, Lee has grown through the ranks of company, serving as estimator, project manager, senior project manager, and project executive, vice president of administration and executive vice president before being named president in 2003 and CEO in 2007. Under Lee’s direction, Lee Kennedy Co. continues to be widely regarded as one of New England’s finest general contractors and has a strong reputation for client service and quality work. The company currently has annual volume of approximately $150 million and approximately 130 employees. In 2002, Lee was selected as one of Boston Business Journal’s “40 under 40” honorees.  Lee’s charitable endeavors include construction of the South Boston Neighborhood House and South Boston Intervention Center and the construction management of the Paul R. McLaughlin Youth Center for the Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, where he serves on the Board of Directors. Lee also serves on the Board of Directors for College Bound Dorchester and the Dorchester Neighborhood Charter School.
 

Marty E. McInnis, Jr.

Principal, Koda Ventures, LLC

Boston College 1989-1991

Marty is an entrepreneur, investor, operator and developer of real estate for the past ten years. He developed multiple retail centers in the Southwest Florida area along with multi-family residential in the Naples area. Marty has a number of key contacts in the real estate investment industry and will leverage these relationships to advance the Company’s platform. Marty is an owner / investor of FASTHockey, Inc. the premier online destination to see live streaming video of amateur ice hockey games from across North America (www.fasthockey.com). Prior to moving to Florida, Marty was a professional hockey player where he played in the NHL for 12 seasons. He also represented the US in the 1992 Olympic Games in Albertville, France.  Marty is a youth hockey coach and spends most of his free time coaching his kids in the rinks and on the fields.