The founder of Dynamics Search Partner, Keith Mann recently announced the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship in partnership with Uncommon Schools. The award is created in recognition of the next generation of ground breaking business achievers. The partnership will implement the scholarship opportunities available to single graduating seniors annually. It will assist in making sure that one of the students in the Uncommon Schools can attain a four-year period college study.
Uncommon Schools is a New York non-profit charter management firm that establishes and manages excelling urban charter public schools and identifies deserving learners from poor income backgrounds to get a college education. Joe Frick, counselor at the Uncommon Charter High School expressed appreciation to Keely and Keith Mann for implementing the program at their school.
The applicants are expected to write a 1000 word essay on how getting a college degree will help them in attaining their professional goals. The scholarship is open to all graduating seniors where the winner for the award receives a $5000 scholarship to cater for their college tuition.
Keith is a philanthropist and education advocate and the founder of Dynamics Search Partners. He identifies budding leaders and links them up with firms that cultivate their success. His company specializes in alternative investment and hedge funds through provision of executive search services and alternative staffing needs for big equity companies. The firm ranks as the biggest staffer in the hedge fund industry thanks to its ability to fill over two thousand client mandates since its establishment.
He has helped in the expansion of the firm beyond staffing investment positions. He has been working in the executive search industry for over fifteen years as an expert of hedge fund compensation, hiring, and staffing strategy. He launched the Alternative Investment Practice within the Dynamics Executive Search in 2002. It was after he identified the hedge-fund sector as a fast rising segment that was untapped by the search industry. He expand the practice into private equity sector in 2006 and established Dynamics Search Partners in 2009 as a premier executive search firm with a bias in alternative investment firms.