Keith Mann: Excellence in the Executive Search Industry & In Helping Others
Keith Mann is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dynamic Search Partners (DSP) which was established in 2000. This business is part of the executive search industry. Mann is an expert in hiring and staffing strategy and hedge fund compensation. He assists clients in hiring marketing, investment, and internal strategy professionals for building new platforms and their existing platforms. Dynamic Search Partners work with organizations across the alternative investment industry in Asia, Europe, and the United States.
In recent news, Keith Mann and his organization held a fund raising event at the Standard Hotel Garden last year for Uncommon Schools. The financial services community members joined together to raise more than $22,000 for these schools. The fund raising sponsored the 2014-2015 school year student testing at the new high school that the charter school opened. The new high school that Uncommon Schools opened is located in Brooklyn, New York. Also, the funding for student testing included the student’s AP and PSAT Testing for the inaugural school year.
Mann supports the Uncommon Schools’ goal in closing the achievement gap and in preparing millions of students with low incomes to graduate from college. Mann and his firm also work towards offering everybody the opportunity to attend college. And before this funding event, DSP has given $10,000 to assist in meeting the needs for student testing.
Dynamic Search Partners first started to work with Uncommon Schools, based in New York, in 2013. The goal of Uncommon Schools and Dynamic Search Partners’ relationship is to produce a meaningful and continual platform for DSP to help students to learn practical and tactical skills that will assist them in achieving success in college and beyond. Mann supports Uncommon School’s commitment and innovation for academic excellence at the high school level. He also has been looking forward to working closely with students now and in the future.