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.
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