Keith Mann, Successful Entrepreneur Wants to See High School Students Succeed

According to Business Wire, Keith Mann is a passionate NYC entrepreneur and philanthropist dedicated to the city of New York. After attending college and receiving a Business degree, Keith Mann married and founded his first company called Dynamic Executive Search or DES. As CEO, working manager and founder of this agency in the executive search industry, this launched his business career in 2000.

Prior to moving to NYC, Keith Mann had been an animal rights advocate in the UK where he grew up. He was involved in the animal liberation party for over 20 years and in 2007, he released his experiences in a book called “From Dusk ’till Dawn.”

In 2002, he founded the Alternative Investment Practice within DES. He realized that customer services, including executive employee services, were not sufficient in the hedge fund and private equity firms, so, in 2009, he founded Dynamics Search Partners or DSP. Mann designed DSP as a superior, premier executive search firm for alternative investments. This is an exclusive industry, and today, Mann supplies over 200 client mandates annually.

Animal Activist, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

Keith and his wife Keeley are strong supporters of the younger generation, and they believe that every student should get a college education. They agree that NYC and the U.S. will be in a much better position in the future if more students attend college.

According to Crunchbase, the new students were required to be tested by the state, and Keith Mann provided $20,000 to cover all of the state testing for these students. This was a tremendous gift, and Uncommon Schools continued to thrive as the result of the partnership. Learn more about Keith Mann:

Last year, the Mann’s created a college scholarship fund for graduating students from Brooklyn and donated $5,000 to start the fund. The Mann’s are encouraging other NYC businessmen to do the same.

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