As the Founder and CEO of Keller Williams Capital Properties, Bo leads the company with a mission to transform lives, careers, and communities through real estate. He is also the CEO of The Menkiti Group, a real estate services company focused on strengthening neighborhoods through the strategic development, management, and sale of property in urban markets. The Menkiti Group operates KWCP.

Prior to forming The Menkiti Group and KWCP, Bo served as COO of College Summit, a national non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the college enrollment rate of low-income students, where he oversaw its successful growth to multiple sites around the country.

Bo’s work has been featured in David Bornstein’s book on social entrepreneurs, How to Change the World, and in Stephen Goldsmith’s The Power of Social Innovation. He has been recognized nationally as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year® (2017), as the winner of the Marcia Lamb Award for Innovation by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), (2017) by Ebony and Inc. Magazines as one of the coolest young entrepreneurs in America, was the National Association of Realtors as the District of Columbia Realtor of the Year in 2014, and was Keller Williams’ 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year.

In business and community realms, Bo served on the boards of the District of Columbia Association of Realtors, and DC Water, the water and sewer authority of the District of Columbia. He is a current board member for City First Bank of DC and Dance Place and serves as a member of the Steering Committee of the Small Business Policy Project.

Bo is a graduate of Harvard University and lives in Washington D.C. with his wife, Kymber, the Regional Director of the Maryland/DC region for Keller Williams, and their three sons.