Carl Dorvil

Carl Dorvil is the youngest African American CEO to take a company public in U.S. history. As the son of Haitian immigrants , he spent his formative years in Garland, Texas. He later graduated with distinction from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in 2005 with a triple major in public policy, economics, and psychology; and subsequently received his MBA from the SMU Cox School of Business.

Dorvil epitomizes the spirit of a young entrepreneur with a passion for social enterprises. His first successful business venture was Group Excellence, an academic mentoring and tutoring company. Dorvil currently serves as CEO of GEX Management – a business management company representing a diverse portfolio of holdings supported by the world’s first strategic business management ecosystem. He also serves as Co-Founder and Managing Partner of VICAR – a growing family of investment companies, and is an active Board Member/Investor for a number of private companies in Texas, Florida, and Delaware.

In addition, Dorvil is a regular contributor to Forbes. His most recent article is titled, How to Improve Your Response to the Unexpected. Dorvil carries Series 82 and Series 63 licenses.