Marcus Littles is a visionary leader, sought-after thought partner, and organizational strategist. He founded Frontline Solutions in 2005 to help Ford Foundation and other key partners to steward philanthropic investments in an equitable Gulf Coast recovery after Hurricane Katrina. Marcus’ leadership has been integral to the growth of Frontline Solutions into one of the country’s most highly regarded Black-owned management consulting firms. Frontline delivers a full range of strategy, research and evaluation, and organizational change services. Marcus has also served as an instrumental leader in directing philanthropic investment at the intersection of race and gender. Littles is regarded by many in the larger fields of racial equity and social justice as one of the most influential relationship nodes for this work. He is purposeful in his relationships, to connect and push the members of his network to leverage their individual and collective assets to help create a more just and equitable world. Littles is an advocate for racial justice, an organizer of people and ideas, and a sought after facilitator, speaker and strategist. Currently, Marcus also serves as a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He is a native of Mobile, Alabama, a proud graduate of Auburn University and the University of Delaware, and currently resides in Washington DC with his amazing wife and brilliant young son.