Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
David Mullings, co-founder of Keystone Augusta, an Orlando-based private investment firm part-owned by Richard M. Powell’s RMP Group, will be presenting at the Caribbean American Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. on Friday June 22. The event is part of the activities of the Institute of Caribbean Studies during Caribbean-American Heri-tage Month which is June.
The forum is focused on entrepreneurship and youth development in the Caribbean. It is in collaboration with the Young Americas Business Trust.
“I am flattered to be asked to present and look forward to sharing our experience raising capital both through traditional means and through crowdfunding,” said David Mullings. “It is important that individuals share their experiences, including the mistakes, so as to help others achieve their dreams,” he continued.
Other distinguished speakers include Eliana Prada, Communications Coordinator, Of-fice of External Relations for the Inter-American Development Bank, Valerie Lorena, Executive Director of the Young Americas Business Trust, Carrie Hutchinson, Senior Marketing Director of the Calvert Social Investment Foundation and Tom Decker, Direc-tor of Cooperative Development for the National Cooperative Business Association.
For more information, visit http://www.caribbeanamericanmonth.org.
About Keystone Augusta
Keystone Augusta isa private global holdings company based in Orlando, Florida and founded by David and Robert Mullings and Kirk Anthony Hamilton. It is part-owned by Richard M. Powell’s RMP Group.