Keith Mann is a prominent figure, especially in the executive search industry. In fact, his experience in the industry spans more than 15 years. Some of his key areas of specialization include hiring strategy, staffing and hedge fund compensation.
Before establishing the Dynamic Search Partners, where currently he serves as the CEO, Keith was the managing director of Dynamics Executive Search. During his tenure, he was in charge of recruiting for various international financial service companies. While still working at Dynamics Executive Search, Keith created the Alternative Investment Practice back in 2002. This idea sprang after recognizing the hedge fund market or industry as a fast growing industry that was inadequately served by the search community.
In 2006, Mann spearheaded the expansion of the Alternative Investment Practice into the private equity market. After three years, he went ahead to launch the Dynamics Search Partners, as a leading executive search company that is devoted solely to serving alternative investment firms. Since 2009, Mann has been overseeing the daily management of the company by helping his customers hire the best marketing, internal strategy and investment experts to join their existing teams.
Mann’s Role at the Dynamic Search Partners
As such, DSP boasts of a 10-year’s record of accomplishments in paring its clients with top industry talent.
Projects Outside his Career
Apart from being involved in the day to day running of the Dynamics Search Partners, Keith Mann takes part in other activities such as helping the less privileged. As a matter of fact, Keith together with his wife, Keely, unveiled a scholarship program in conjunction with the Uncommon Schools dubbed as the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement.
The scholarship, which was launched early last year, is aimed at recognizing the upcoming generation of brilliant business leaders. Each year a graduating senior from one of the Uncommon Schools’ high schools will be awarded the scholarship, which comes with a cash reward of $5,000 to help the winner pay for college tuition.