Martin Adu-Boahene is a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems. He is a native of Ghana and now resides in Howard County, Maryland. He is currently an Adjunct Director at the Kirchner Impact Foundation. Most recently, Martin worked at J.P. Morgan as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst in New York City and has interned at firms such as: T. Rowe Price, Bain & Company, Citigroup, Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO), and KPMG LLP.
Martin is actively involved on campus. He currently serves as the President of the Investment Club and is also the President and Venture Capital Lead for the Black Venture Capital Consortium HBCU Curriculum Program at Morgan State University. He previously served as a Resident Assistant in the Office of Residence Life and Housing, a Senator in the Student Government Association (SGA), a Fellow in the President’s Leadership Circle, and a Historian for the Inter-Residence Council at Rawlings Hall. He is also a member of the Association of Information Technology Professionals, Blockchain Club, Morgan MILE, and the Soccer Club.
Martin is passionate about investing, economic development, entrepreneurship, and technology. He was a Fellow for the Inaugural HBCU Cohort of the Kirchner Fellowship, and a Senior Fellow at HBCUvc as well. After graduating, Martin plans to pursue a career in Finance. In his free time, he enjoys playing soccer, traveling, and listening to Afrobeats music.
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