Keith Mann is an animal activist, entrepreneur and the current managing director at Dynamics Search Partners. In an interview with Ideamensch, Mr. Mann strongly believes that growing in New York where there are thousands of executives played a major role in his position at the Dynamics Search Partners. He is self-motivated and believes that great ideas come from realizing needs of people and working towards solving their problems or introducing services and products that make their lives easier. Focus, keen interest in technology and encouraging diversity at his firm are some of the things that he finds very useful and can be attributed to his success and that of his firm.
The debate for animals being used for tests is one that has been going round and round for many years. Mr. Keith Mann is not one to be scared of people and scientists who believe that animals should not have rights to live. In an interview with Claudette, he expresses his disappointment for people who don’t respect animals. His courage and true empathy for animals made him break into a laboratory and free mice during their test for Botox. His compassion is not shaken by prison cells where he has spent plenty of time as he fights for animals. If this is not the spirit of a true hero, I don’t know what is. These are some of the traits that people, may it be in business or personal lives should strive to have and use to make the world a better place. In fact we need more leaders who stand strong and openly to support positive courses for the country.
Despite being a successful businessman Mr. Mann is also a mentor and philanthropist. The Uncommon Schools Scholarship for Professional Achievement is a project he is running that encourages students and especially those who seek to venture into entrepreneurship. He encourages students and new entrepreneurs on how to face challenges and supports them. He project also rewards businessman with creative brains and projects and helps them as they maneuver their way in the business. Dean is also a degree holder in Management from New York University.