BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Zach is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2018.
Zach is a Recipient of the Congressional Award Silver Medal for service.
Zach currently works as a Private Equity Associate at New Mountain Capital.
Co-Chair of the Board
Justin is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2018.
Justin has previously worked with several charitable organizations, such as the Youth Renewal Fund and the ACE Foundation.
Justin currently works as an investor at Millennium Management.
Kazz is an experienced executive with 20 years of experience in non-profit management and education.
Before joining HTB, he served as the Chief Program Officer at the The Boys' Club of New York and as Deputy Director at Ramapo For Children.
Kazz holds a B.A. in history and has also earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Virginia, as well post-graduate certificates from Fordham University, Baruch College and NYU.
As an independent consultant, Kazz founded Teachable NYC, an organization whose mission is to help support the creation of diverse and inclusive programs for children.
Victor-Lawrence Boadum is a proud resident of Harlem
He was previously involved with several charitable organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC and the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership organization
Victor earned his MBA from Columbia Business School and BA in International Affairs from The George Washington University. Victor is a Senior Manager of ESG - Social Impact at Peloton
Previously, Victor worked as Chief of Staff supporting the CEO of the Harlem Children's Zone and as an Associate at Morgan Stanley
Madison Dawkins serves as a Project Manager for the Square One Project’s Reimagine Justice Locally Initiative
As an undergraduate, Madison founded a criminal justice organization, Beyond Arrests: Rethinking Systematic Oppression (BARS)
dditionally, Madison has worked for U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, The Raben Group, and The Vera Institute
Madison holds a B.A. in Political Science and Africana Studies from the University of Pennsylvania
Phillip is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2018
Phillip sits on the associate board of The Hope Program and the junior board of the Riverside Hawks
Phillip currently works as a Climate and Sustainability Strategist at JP Morgan