A BETTER CHANCE ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBER, EKENE EZULIKE

 

A BETTER CHANCE ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBER, EKENE EZULIKE

Ekene Ezulike is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and is the Global Head of Corporate Services. In this role he manages, Corporate Real Estate & Facilities Management, Corporate Travel, Corporate Security and Corporate Information Management. He is accountable for services with a total cost of ~$2bn.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, in September 2017, Ekene held a number of leadership roles at Deutsche Bank (DB) over a period of ten years. Most recently he was the Chief Procurement Officer of Deutsche Bank. In this role he ran strategic sourcing, source to pay operations, accounts payable, vendor and contract management, third party risk management and developed the Bank’s outsourcing strategy and associated governance framework.

Previously, Ekene was the CFO for Infrastructure within DB and in this role he managed the finances of all infrastructure functions (a ~€9bn cost base) and was a member of the Technology & Operations Executive Committee.

Ekene has a strong academic background, with an MEng in Civil Engineering (1st class) and a PHD in construction industry strategy.

Ekene is married with three children, two boys and a girl.

About A Better Chance

A Better Chance’s mission is to increase substantially the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society.  Since 1963, this guiding principle has driven A Better Chance to place talented young people of color into the leadership pipeline. Our signature College Preparatory Schools Program annually recruits, prepares and places more than 500 new Scholars and supports a total of 2,200 Scholars at more than 200 of the nation’s leading college preparatory schools across the country. Our record of success is evident in 16,500+ Alumni who have become great innovators, thinkers and leaders in their respective fields.  Visit www.abetterchance.org to learn more.