In April 2015, I decided to make an entrepreneurial jump. I resigned from a fortune 50 company and became a full-time entrepreneur. I had spent years after Business School and later Law School helping entrepreneurs plan their growth, document their deals, minimize their risk, and maximize their chances of success. I loved my clients and enjoyed helping them build their dreams.
But I wanted to be on the other side of the table – the one making decisions and creating deals myself. I saw myself serving better there. The view was even brighter at the prospects of seeing my wonderful children grow and being a part of their lives. I wanted better connections with both my clients and my family. I opened this firm with one mission: to be there for my family and clients.
In addition to growing and managing this firm, I am passionately involved in my community activities. In my free time, when I am not working with the Diaspora Council of Tanzanians in America or perfoming my deacon duties, I enjoy travelling, planning for my next trip, watching Liverpool, reading everything insightful, and wishing the Cowboys will win the Superbowl in my lifetime.
Feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com regarding events and speaking engagements. I love engaging in my community.
The law is complicated; we make it simpler. We empower our clients to navigate the complex immigration laws and rules, provide guidance and legal support to plan and execute their business strategy, and above help them prepare and leave their legacy through competent estate planning. The largest businesses may have an in-house legal team that can handle issues as they arise; small and medium-sized companies don’t have that luxury.