Delivering SMART models for Generative Communities
NGE is a holding company dedicated to improving the wellbeing of individuals, organizations and communities. Our subsidiaries, partners and affiliates operate within a distinctly competitive market niche, while leveraging a common mission, set of values and organizational approach
Delivering SMART (Science Meets Art) models for generative communities…
1. Challenge Assumptions
2. Identify Concealed Value
3. Improve Connectivity
…for long-term. multi-dimensional benefits!
Ravi brings a vast array of private sector experience, from large corporate to middle market to successful entrepreneurialism. He combines a unique mix of quantitative and qualitative approaches to optimally synthesize strategy, structure, operations and financial outcomes.
Ravi possesses undergraduate degrees in Economics and Business Management from the University of Minnesota-Morris, as well as an MBA in Finance, with a secondary concentration in Executive Strategy, from The Carlson School of Management
Ravi balances his professional work with an abundance of volunteer and civic activity, including being the current Board Chair and/or an Executive Committee Member of The Minneapolis Regional Chamber, Regional YMCA, Summit Academy OIC and The Greater MSP.
Ravi is the proud husband of Amanda (23 years) and father of three (3) wonderful children: Sydney (22), Richard (16) and Saylah (9). He also enjoys basketball, music and reading.
Dr. Harold Massey
Harold offers unique academic, experiential and leadership credentials. He pursues, promotes and protects human dignity in formal organizations, informal communities and personal relations. His insight is informed by organizational, clinical, personal and social lessons from roles as diverse as a factory worker, human rights advocate, Fortune 50 OD consultant and leadership coach, as well as board director or trustee in non-profit and commercial sectors. He has deep experience in some 26 nations.
Dr. Massey achieved academic honors at Amherst College, then attended Yale and Boston Universities (Beta Gamma Sigma), complimenting global experiences centered on human behavior and conflict resolution.
Harold’s civic legacy includes the Center for Victims of Torture, Minneapolis YMCA, America Speaks, Global Vision 2020 and Above The Edge. He served St. Peter’s A.M.E. Steward Board, Twin Cities’ AME Men’s Fellowship and the World Council of Churches (Geneva, Switzerland).
Harold has been married 38 years (Gaye) with three children: Amina (earning a doctorate in medical sociology), Kamau (Harvard MBA) and Nyah (HS freshman).