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Nkozi Knight
United States

Bio: Nkozi Knight is recognized as one of the top community advocates in Wisconsin and has volunteered over 400 hours in the last two years to help rebuild his community using his business and finance acumen. His efforts were rewarded with several Volunteer of the Year Awards, Leadership Excellence Awards, and individual awards from the nonprofits he has served. His passion lies in helping others succeed both personally and professionally through leadership, financial, and professional development training. Prior to his involvement in the community, Mr. Knight served in the United States Navy onboard LHD-5, a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship used during Operation Enduring Freedom. Mr. Knight is also the grandson of George David (G.D.) Knight, a Vietnam Veteran who served in the United States Army as an enlisted soldier. Mr. Knight’s military roots date as far back as the Civil War. A 2009 graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee Wisconsin, Mr. Knight earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology & Law Studies with a minor in Psychology. He is also a graduate of Marquette University’s Future Milwaukee Community Leadership Program which he completed in 2013. He is currently working on a Master’s in Leadership Studies from Marquette University as well. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, Alpha Sigma Lambda, National Honor Society, Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee, Psi Chi, Fuel Milwaukee, and the Milwaukee Urban League of Young Professionals. Nkozi Knight currently serves on the board of Wells Fargo Veteran Team Member Network, Wells Fargo United Way Campaign for Giving, United Veterans Partnership, Inc., Marquette University EAA, Marquette University Scholarship Committee, and Above the Clouds, Inc. He previously served on the board of MULYP and still works with the organization to help with policy and politics along with professional development. Nkozi currently serves as the Director of United Veterans Partnership and the Founder of KING, LLC.

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  1. Nkozi, you seem to be eating that book – page for page – on personal branding 101. Personal branding is extremely important. As a people, we know little about that concept. I’m working on redoing the UVP website. I link your description to this site. Thanks. Damon

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