Chicago, Illinois, United States
Doc Kane is a communicator, researcher, ops guy and reverse-engineer
on a constant quest for great ideas, great people, great food & great music.
He is fascinated with closing the gap between what others think is impossible,
and what can be accomplished, and loves to help motivate others
rally behind a clear goal. He loves Asia, and is frequently seen sporting pocket chopsticks.
Aside from his passion for business, Doc enjoys being recognized
as a nice guy - something often lost in today's hustle'n'bustle of life.
Doc has had a lot of jobs since starting work at age 12 -
ask him about a few of them the next time you see him - they're good ice-breakers.
Some cool ones have been:
- Planting and pruning vines in a vineyard.
- Making M&Ms for Mars, Incorporated.
- Writing a book about the music business.
- Selling forklift trucks for Yale.
- Working as a pastry chef at Solera in Minneapolis.
- Researching and appearing on-screen for a Spanish documentary about Walt Disney.
- ...and handling all of the archival research for The History Channel's "Vietnam in HD."
Doc is also a musician with over a decade of experience in the music business, and a passion for supporting organizations like Chicago's Rock for Kids, which provides musical instruments for the youth of Chicago.
Doc's writing firm, Roscommon, was featured on Chicago's "Beyond the Pedway."
★ Should we talk? Please call: 206.745.2817 ★