Keith is the founder of The Consilium Group Inc., a consulting firm focused on advising small businesses, startups, and government agencies. The Consilium Group provides close, hands-on business strategy document development services to increase business revenue generation and market share and reduce the risk of business failure. Passionate about providing exceptional strategy and analytics development services , Keith helps entrepreneurs focus on what matters most—effectively running their business.
Keith also advises government contractors on effective strategy and analytic development to increase revenues, income, and market share. He is a mentor for the Clarity website that provides startups and small businesses with information and advice in various success-driven fields. Keith has previously started two successful small businesses, both offering technology services to small and large businesses.
Prior to opening The Consilium Group Inc., Keith was a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army, developing strategies and the associated analytics for the nation’s most senior leaders, including the Secretary of the Army, the Chief of Staff of the Army, the Secretary of Defense. His strategies were used on several occasions by the President of the United States and the White House Staff. He also served as a top strategy and analytics advisor in Iraq as a member of the Commanding General’s Assessment Cell and in Afghanistan working with special missions. Keith also served as the Assistant Director for Network Security and as a Systems Integrator and Strategist for a fortune 500 firm for almost five years. Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Keith is a graduate of Florida A&M University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems and from Edward Waters College where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. After completing his undergraduate studies, Keith went on to receive his master’s degree in Technology Management from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.