Via a news release published on Business Wire, Keith and Keely Mann have partnered with Uncommon Schools to offer the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement. This award will recognize innovative business leaders of the next generation. Uncommon Schools is based out of New York City and is a nonprofit Charter Management Organization. This scholarship will be made available to one graduate from the Uncommon Schools Brooklyn-based high schools each year. To apply for the scholarship applicants will be required to submit a thousand-word essay outlining how a college education will help them to achieve their professional goals.

Keith Mann is the managing director and co-founder of Dynamic Search Partners. He has over 15 years of experience in the executive search industry and also offers extensive knowledge in hiring strategy, Staffing and hedge fund compensation. Dynamic Search Partners also known as DSP works with several different firms in the alternative investment Industries throughout the U.S., Asia, and Europe. This firm successfully fills more than 200 client mandates annually. DSP is known for being one of the largest databases in the country for investment executives.

Through this partnership with Uncommon Schools Keith hopes to help graduating seniors from Uncommon Charter high schools in Brooklyn New York fulfill their dreams of obtaining a college education. This scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $5,000 on an annual basis to one graduate to apply towards their college tuition. Aside from being the founder and managing director of DSP Keith is also a philanthropist and advocate for continued education.

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  1. Such a loving philanthropist. Keith Mann hopes to help graduating seniors from Uncommon Charter high schools in Brooklyn New York fulfill their dreams of becoming college graduates and buy cheap dissertations in order to excel. This has been the dreams of many youngsters.

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