Christopher C. King, M.P.A, M.B.A. is a venture partner, startup investor, activist entrepreneur, adjunct professor, and author recognized by Black Enterprise, Disrupt Magazine, Village Capital, and the National Institute of Health. He is Managing Partner at Theo Advisors, a consultancy and advisory network built for diverse founders, and the CEO of WAM Academy.
During the pandemic, King became active as an angel investor with a portfolio of startup investments managed by Theo Wealth Co, which he founded in 2021. He also served as a mentor in Techstars and a designer in the Angel Syndicate Community via 4.0 philanthropies. For his impact work, he was inducted into the Wisdom Council by W4H; a global impact community recognized in Istanbul, Turkey during their annual executive convening. Locally, he sits on the board of Urban Ed, a nonprofit certification program for tech careers in southeast Washington, DC. In his studies, he earned an M.P.A. from Baruch College and an M.B.A. in Information Systems from Howard University’s School of Business. He also holds a bachelors with honors distinction from the University at Albany, Rockefeller School of Public Policy. King lives outside of Washington, DC. He is currently learning software engineering, loves spending time with friends and his growing family, self care, nature, and road trips.