Nkrumah Pierre is a Managing Director of Business Development and Head of the Friends of the Firm program (FoF). He provides support to clients seeking to hire accounting, finance and human resources executives. In addition, through the FoF program, Nkrumah will offer a unique support experience for FoF members by providing job search support, job opportunity referrals, networking assistance and coaching.
Prior to joining the firm, Nkrumah was the founder and CEO of Pierre Lee Group, a boutique consulting firm that offered executive business development and strategy guidance, thought leadership event curation, diversity and inclusion advisory, and career coaching consulting. He has worked for national executive search firms and built an expertise in matching qualified candidates with hiring organizations.
Nkrumah is on the Advisory Board of the Million Dollar Women Summit. He serves as Co-chair and as Executive Committee of the Lafayette College Men’s Lacrosse program. Additionally, he is a past honoree of The Network Journal’s “40 Under Forty” Professionals of Color. Nkrumah is also the former co-chair of the Apollo Theater’s Young Patrons Board
Nkrumah is a frequent speaker for professional organizations, including the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), colleges and universities. He has presented at the Accounting Finance Show, a major conference and exhibition in New York City.
- Business Development
- Executive Coaching & Training
- Diversity & Inclusion
Credentials & Education
- Lafayette College: BA, Economics & Business; Government & Law minor
- National Association of Black Accountants