Steve A. Kantor

KEH Insurance Agency, Inc

Executive Vice President and Principal


Steven Kantor is Executive Vice President and Principal of KEH Insurance Agency, Inc.  He earned a B.A in Business Administration from Rutgers University, a graduate certificate in finance from LeBow College of Business at Drexel University and the Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS) designation from the International Risk Management Institute.

He also co-founded the Complete Enrollment Agency, a non-profit organization created to help seniors with low incomes enroll in government benefits to improve their quality of life.  He was also the co-founder of which became a leading online community to provide support and resources for those caring for a loved one suffering from alzheimers disease.

Steve created and was the founding Chair of the Technology Leaders of the Delaware Valley.  He started and is founding co-Chair of the Life Sciences Collaborative.  He was the founding member of the Philadelphia Board for Corporate Governance, an advisory board member of the George and Lois Krall Center for Corporate and Executive Education at Drexel University and the Rohrer College of Business at Rowan University, a member of the Advisory Board of the National Philanthropic Trust, a member of the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement Delaware Valley, and a member of the board of Trustees of Rutgers University (Camden, NJ).  He also serves on the board of Advisors to Jersey Man and Philly Man magazines.

Steve has been a judge of the Wharton School of Business – Business Plan Competition (2004-2009), a judge in the Fox School of Business at Temple University – Business Plan Competition (2005), and a judge in the Rohrer College of Business – Business Plan Competition (2010-2011).

He also is the founder and Chairman of the Calling All Angels Gala to benefit the CARES Institute (Child Abuse Research and Educational Services) at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine.  Proceeds from the benefit have now totaled more than $ 1 million.