Keith Mann is an expert in hedge fund compensation, hiring, and alternative investment. He is the co-founder and director of Dynamic Search Partners. The New York-based company serves major equity firms by providing them with staffing and executive search services. The company has been operational since 2001. During this period it has helped over 2,000 clients through filling their mandates. His career began with Dynamic Associates as a manager of Alternative Investments. Mann managed to rise to be the Vice President of the company by working hard.
Keith Mann is a renowned philanthropist who has supported several humanitarian activities. In 2013, he led the launch of a partnership between Dynamic Search Partners and Uncommon Schools. It aimed at providing students with skills that will enable them to succeed beyond college life. The organization also targeted students from low-income families. It offered them with a unique platform that allowed them to join colleges of their choice and pursue the courses they want. Through this partnership, Charter High School was founded in 2009.
Early this year, Keith Mann announced a professional scholarship that is targeting next generation’s business leaders. Keely and Keith Mann will offer this opportunity to top students to attend a four-year course in college. Keith has established a close relationship with the police force. His response to violence and protest against police force has been impressive. He condemns every act of violence targeting police force. In 2015 Keith sent the 54th Street precinct lunch as a sign of his moral support. Keith has a personal relationship with the New York Police Department. His uncle serves as a detective, which explains why Keith holds the police force close to his heart.
Keith is a member of AnimalLiberationFront.com. He has served the movement diligently and has made sacrifices in animal liberation. His act to free six hundred mice that were to be used to test a Botox drug was impressive. Mann condemned the act as slavery and violation of human rights. In May 2016 he also freed 40 animals that were trapped in Fort McMurray.