I’m teaming up with my ‘little brother’ Michael Gandy and local gym owner Kim Lambert to start a scholarship fund for needy kids to participate in an after school martial…
At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Michael Gandy, now 28, draws from personal experience as a young black teen. He talks to his mentor and “big brother” Austin Scee, 44, about police, mentorship and the community’s responsibility in the nationwide conversation concerning youth and law enforcement.
Austin Scee (MBA 2001) is the founder and CEO of Razorhorse Capital in Atlanta, Georgia. Starting in college and through his time at HBS, he volunteered as a mentor with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America. In this interview, he talks about his experience and the impact it has had on one of his mentees, Michael Gandy (MBA 2016). (more…)
Mike Gandy, now 28, was frustrated, losing patience as he fumbled with his tie ahead of an eighth grade formal. He wasn’t sure how to tie the knot. So he called Austin Scee, his Big Brother mentor, who calmly walked him through the steps. (more…)