Mr. Griffin recently joined MainStream GS, a veteran owned management consulting firm, specializing in helping to create high performance organizations in the public sector. As Vice-President at MainStream GS, Mr. Griffin leads the sales and business development efforts covering civilian federal agencies and the state and local markets. Prior to joining MainStream GS, Mr. Griffin spent 14 plus years at Microsoft Corporation working in various leadership positions, including roles in consulting, operations, and sales. As Director of International Development, Mr. Griffin had responsibility for Microsoft’s strategy for international development aid, trade and finance agencies, including United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), UK’s Department for International Development, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, etc. Mr. Griffin has a long history of commitment to community based organizations, community, associations, and non-profit service. In the international development community, Mr. Griffin serves on the Advisory Committee on Foreign Voluntary Aid. He has also served on the Board of Directors for the United States Global Leadership Campaign and the Society for International Development, Washington DC Chapter. Mr. Griffin serves on several local non-profit boards in Washington D.C. working to improve the lives of young people and the underprivileged through education, career training, recreation, mentorship, and basic needs outreach. Griffin has served as board chair of the Community Equity Empowerment Partnership, an organization committed to serving young people by providing a comprehensive series of programs combining leadership development training, character based education and economic employment opportunities. He currently serves on the boards of the Greater Washington Urban League, SamariCorp, So Others Might Eat, and the Foundation Schools. Mr. Griffin is a native of Washington DC, and was named by Washington Business Journal as one of the region’s top minority business leaders of the year for 2008. Mr. Griffin holds executive education certificates from George Washington University, Harvard University and UCLA.