Kerry Bowie (he/him/his) is the Managing Partner of Msaada Partners, a strategy firm that empowers social impact through consulting, coaching and connecting. Kerry is President and Executive Director of the Majira Project, a nonprofit accelerator program and innovator support organization that helps small to medium enterprises and startups grow with a mission of community development through entrepreneurship.
Kerry also leads Browning the Green Space, which is a group of cross-sector leaders striving to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in clean energy and beyond.
In addition to holding leadership positions at his church, Kerry is a Food Solutions New England Trailblazer, mentors and teaches startup firms as part of the MIT Venture Mentoring Service and the New England Regional Innovation Node, and serves on the Black Innovation Alliance Leadership Team, Boston Ujima Project Investment Committee, MIT Sloan Affinity Groups Alumni Advisory Council, The Lab Fund Advisory Council, SI Ventures Advisory Board, MIT Alumni Association Board of Directors, and the Board of Museum Advisors of the Museum of Science.
Kerry holds bachelors and masters degrees in environmental engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Michigan, respectively, as well as an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.