The Principals

The TransGlobal Investment Partners team is deep, we have extensive connections in government and industry that we bring to an engagement.

Rollie O. Kimbrough, Jr.


Mr. Kimbrough began his professional career as an electrical engineering with Honeywell, and later as a Solar Physicist and computer programmer at NASA. In the mid-seventies, he moved to Guyana and worked at the Guyana Bauxite Company in Lindon, Guyana, as Manager of computer application development. After returning to the USA, he worked as a consultant with Booz-Allen and other federal prime contractors before building a career as an entrepreneur in for-profit and non-profit enterprises. In 1980, he founded MCSI Technologies, Inc., an Information Technology company. MCSI, over its history, was awarded many multi-years multi-million dollars (USD) contracts and employed hundreds of high-tech professionals and support personnel for over thirty years.

MCSI was an early adopter of the internet and an innovative leader in designing and implementing large-scale data management and logistics systems. MCSI successfully executed multi-million-dollar (USD) contracts for the U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Army, Navy, DOD Pentagon, Veterans Administration, National Institute of Health, International Trade Administration, the District of Columbia, and the State of Maryland. MCSI also provided professional services to multiple commercial clients. His company, additionally, was an early adapter and thought leader in the evolution of cyberspace and Artificial Intelligence applications.

Mr. Kimbrough, in 2003, founded Community Resources, Inc., a non-profit 501 c (3) organization is its Executive Director, whose mission is to assist standing up social entrepreneurial entities to help uplift depressed communities. He directly oversaw the renovation and construction of a 30,000 sq. ft. residential treatment center for severely emotionally disturbed students. Recognizing the difficulty new standups face with financing he brought a Liquid Capital Franchise which was the motivation to expand into the finance field.

He stood up Transglobal Investment Partners (TGIPS) in 2015 to assist both start-ups and established companies in financing operations to facilitate their growth and viability. TGIPS, with the assistance of U.S. AID, the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, et al. is raising millions in debt and equity to build a utility-size solar power farm in Liberia, West Africa. The electric utility will power Liberia's food security initiative.


B.S. Physics and Mathematics, Youngstown State University, Graduate study in Physics and Computer Science, George Washington University and MBA Finance/Accounting American Intercontinental University.

The mission of TransGlobal is to be the leading trusted advisor and financier to our clients in key aspects of their business and personal investments. At TransGlobal we assist our clients as they engage opportunities in the marketplace, consider capital formation and preservation, and analyze strategic alternatives.

Geary Gunter

Chief Operating Officer

Geary Gunter is a technologist by trade that enjoys building systems and organizations that enable innovation and create strategic advantages in the marketplace. His experience implementing numerous technologies and starting business across several industries allows him to bring ideas that are compelling and viable. Geary has over twenty years of experience as a technologist, and over ten years of experience as an entrepreneur. Geary’s passion is bringing the processes, systems and technologies utilized in mature industries to emerging industries and organizations.

Geary graduated with honors from Howard University with a degree in Computer Based Information Systems. He began his IT career working in financial services for Goldman Sachs (New York) developing transaction processing systems that supported their proprietary trading business. After six years in New York, he relocated to Washington, D.C. as a technology focused consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton and then Deloitte Consulting LLC. Geary lean process certified and lead the effort to design a new framework for implementing a shared health care system for the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs. After leaving Deloitte Consulting LLC, he then spent almost four years at Thomas & Herbert LLC (T&H). While at T&H Geary supported their Federal Health Care Practice before moving on to lead their Department of Defense (DoD) Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP), where they were the mentor to small businesses engaging or looking to engage with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. As Program Manager over the DoD MPP, he led the effort to grow and develop a half dozen firms from just over two million in revenue to over fifteen million in revenue a year. The desire to relocate to his hometown of Richmond, Virginia led him to CarMax where he was the Sr. Delivery Manager for the Search Engine Optimization (SEO), iOS and Android mobile application, Salesforce Marketing Cloud and Sitecore customer experience platform development teams.

Geary’s skills and relationships motivated him to pursue his long-time desire to become an entrepreneur. Geary’s experience as an entrepreneur spans the technology consulting, education, cannabis and sports wagering industries. His knowledge, ability to execute and considerable relationships have resulted in positive outcomes for his clients and partners time and time again.


Howard University: B.S Information Technology

Nick Farjam

Partner/Sr. Vice President Business Development

Nick has more than thirty years of experience in Management Consulting, managing large-scale construction projects, including deep water marine facilities, conducting land reclamation & port construction projects in Ireland, preparation of design and turnkey engineering & construction proposals for a deep water port in Sao Tome, preparation of engineering design proposals for the construction of a deep water surge wall to protect the city of New Orleans from category five hurricanes, creation of and development of strategic plans for Agro-Industrial development in Africa, Angola and Liberia; and design of a research and a development program to build and test a prototype liquid nitrogen electrical power generation plant in Detroit, Michigan. He also has extensive contact with Mid-eastern oil-producing counties and their upper-level management. As a facilitator, he is experienced in sourcing and arranging petroleum products acquisition, financing, and logistics related to oil supply transactions.


BSEE Prairie View A&M University, AAS Electronics Technology UDC Washington, MBA University of Science and Technology Amman Jordan

Anthony Jones

VP, Finance

Anthony ("Tony") – is responsible for bond issuance and has 30 years of experience in this professional activity. He has worked for selected public jurisdictions and authorities, including Washington, DC; Detroit, MT; Atlanta, GA; and Newark, NJ. His efforts resulted in participation in tax-exempt bond deals worth $2.2 billion during his tenure. He has over 30 years of experience working with public interest groups (United States Conference of Mayors and National League of Cities) and utilizing these organizations to reach new clients and retain established relationships; as well as being responsible for community and corporate outreach for political fundraising primarily for local elected officials.

He is responsible for market research and knowledge creation to capturing client city goals and objectives related to their respective legislation and administrative activities. He was directly responsible for securing and negotiating contracts and developing legislative strategies to secure federal grants and contracts worth more than $800 million for client cities.


Kent State University BA, University of Pittsburg, Master of Public Administration