Keno Mullings is a highly effective software engineer with 20 years of experience in software development. Keno is owner and Managing Director of The Mullings Group, a business process consulting firm. Through his firm, Keno leads a team of experts to deliver business and technology solutions that address the toughest business challenges while creating positive and social change. Keno has extensive knowledge in software design, software development and software development technologies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and a Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering from Brandeis University.
Keno has made it his life’s mission to develop and teach solutions that build wealth with a passion to end poverty through entrepreneurship. As the Founder of the Institute of Entrepreneurship & Leadership (IEL), he fulfills his ambitions by developing entrepreneurs, corporations and non-profits towards entrepreneurial success. IEL’s mission is to develop a nation of entrepreneur-leaders who through commerce usher solutions that meet the needs of others.
Keno has been married for 16 years and is the father of three wonderful children. The startup guy, a teacher, author, software engineer and lifelong entrepreneur, he is constantly pushing and encouraging people to discover their purpose, define their life’s goals and create the business they were meant to start.
Keno is the author of The Time Management Handbook and the developer of the Strategic Life Plan System and the Bootstrap Bootcamp entrepreneurship training program.
Marc Saint Clair is the founder of EntrePayneur, a novel payment solution that provides independent contractors and other self-employed individuals with the tools to manage payment obligations from calculation to clearinghouse.
Marc Saint Clair has been an entrepreneur and New Venture consultant in Boston since 2004. His fields of experience span from innovation, technology entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship.
Marc currently serves as an advisor to a number of early-stage companies in Boston. He is a dynamic and dedicated entrepreneur with expertise in product concept, scoping, development, launch and value creation.
Marc has an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College and a BS in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Miami.
Shirley X. Moore is originally from Puerto Rico but was raised in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence. Shirley migrated with her family at the tender age of five, and she soon began interpreting for her mother and friends. Shirley believes she has a unique perspective when it comes to interpreting because she is a self-proclaimed “outlier” (Galdwell, 2008). Shirley has spent her entire life bridging communication for limited English speaking people and working in the human service field. She believes that her experiences give her a unique perspective when educating individuals on entrepreneurship, domestic violence, cultural competence and so many other of her interests.
Shirley has served on the Board of Directors of Young Leader’s Fellowship; the Mayor’s Ministerial Committee, has been Wraparound Facilitator at Family Service of RI, the Operations Manager at the RI Renegades, Director of Operations at The Mullings Group, Marriage on the Rock Facilitator and a Domestic Violence Advocate at the Women’s Resource Center. Shirley graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from Springfield College in November of 2015, Bootstrap Bootcamp Certificate in 2016 and plans on pursuing a Juris Doctorate in 2017.
Finally, she is a Certified Interpreter serving Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese speaking individuals for over ten years. In 2016, Shirley joined The Mullings Group, LLC as one of their instructors. Within this role she is able to educate individuals on how to declutter their lives, how to live debt free and never be broke again and how to manage time effectively. This opportunity has not only allowed her to teach others, but it has kept her accountable to the many strategies that she learned in Bootstrap Bootcamp.
Shirley lives by the following words: “She believed she could… So she did!”