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Bo Menkiti brings to the Menkiti Group a broad range of strategic management and consulting experiences in both the private and non-profit sectors. A 1999 cum laude graduate of Harvard University with a degree in sociology, Bo was very involved in the local community and was awarded the Neil J. Houston and Donald Morland Awards for Public Service and Social Action as well as the city of Cambridge's Mack Davis Award for the highest service to the Cambridge community.

Bo moved to the DC area of Adams Morgan in 1999 and started his career at Prism Consulting International, a management consulting firm providing advice to Fortune 500 executives in the areas of strategy, operations and supply chain management. Bo then worked on the development of The Atlantic Media Company and served as a strategy analyst to the chairman of the Advisory Board Company where he worked on the company's IPO. Bo has a long-standing interest in education and ways in which private sector and public sector concepts and practices can be harnessed for social change. Prior to founding the Menkiti Group, Bo served as the Chief Operating Officer of College Summit, a national non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the college enrollment rates of low-income students. At College Summit Bo lead the growth of the organization from a local non-profit to a national multi-site organization serving over 4000 students across the country. Under his leadership College Summit was named to Fast Company's "Top 20 List" of social entrepreneurial organizations, and was recognized by the Department of Education as a key component of enabling diversity in higher education.

Bo brings his passion of people and his analytical nature to his work with the Menkiti Groups clients. Currently a resident of Brookland in northeast Washington, Bo remains active in the DC Community working on college access issues with College Summit and serving on the Board of Directors of The Higher Achievement Program, an after school program that invests in and nurtures the academic drive and intellect of under-served middle school children in the District of Columbia.

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