Born during the years prior to Operation Revival, little is known about the early life of Ivan Kerensky. He was said to be an excellent tactician and strategist with a strong sense of Clan tradition.
 Early Career and Rise
Ivan Kerensky came to Khan Vladimir Ward's attention early in his tenure as a Star Colonel commanding the First Wolf Assault Cluster. Kerensky proposed a plan that would see the Wolves strike out across the Clan Jade Falcon occupation zone at the Lyran Alliance. His plan cut off the Jade Falcon forward advance, forcing them to also attack Lyran worlds, while bettering their position for a renewed advance on Terra and blooding the youngest generations of Wolf warriors. This plan was executed to great effect and advantage to his Clan, helping him to become elected saKhan in 3071, after the death of Marialle Radick during the Word of Blake's Scouring of Tamar. He would serve Khan Ward loyally, as long as Clan law and tradition were observed.
 Khan of the Wolves
Khan Vlad Ward died in 3083 on Rodigo, and saKhan Kerensky was elected Khan of the Wolves as the logical choice. His first action would be to reign in his enraged Wolves, who were spoiling for a retaliatory attack into Clan Hell's Horses territory, knowing that his damaged and weakened Clan could succeed only to fall to another Clan due to critical shortages of war materials. Another early action was the removal of Katherine Wolf from the newly rebuilt capital on Tamar, distancing himself from the former Spheroid noble in a departure from the policy of his predecessor. To support their new Khan, the Wolves elected another Kerensky - Anatoli Kerensky - to serve as Ivan's saKhan while the Wolves entered a new era.
 Title and Position
|saKhan of Clan Wolf
3071 - 3083
| Succeeded by|
|Khan of Clan Wolf
3083 - ????
| Succeeded by|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Masters and Minions, p. 116 - "Ivan Kerensky, Profile"
- ↑ Field Manual: 3085, p. 126 - "Clan Wolf"
- ↑ Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 47 - "The Jihad in Review"
- ↑ The Wars of Reaving, p. 180 - "Founder's Future"