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MK Advisors, LLC Awarded USAID Contract for Advancing Modern Power through Utility Partnerships “AmpUp”

Brighton, MI – October 5, 2021 – MK Advisors joins co-creation collaborative to enable and facilitate the future of modern power through utility partnerships. On July 20, USAID launched the $39M the Advancing Modern Power through Utility Partnerships (AMP-UP) program introduces an innovative performance improvement model centered around peer-to-peer relationships and strong practitioner and stakeholder networks to deploy expertise and establish pathways to implement best practices with measurable and sustainable impacts. This work will take a new approach to building collaborative structures for USAID-assisted utilities. […]

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MK Advisors Announces Michael Johnson as Newest Member of Strategic Energy Ecosystem

MK Advisors (MKA), a woman-owned consulting group focused on sustainable and resilient power solutions, is pleased to announce Michael Johnson, Senior Energy Management & Sustainability Consultant for Viriditas Energy, as the newest addition to MKA’s strategic partnership ecosystem.  […]

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Justin Reflects on the Importance of Company Values

Long before I worked for MK Advisors, I was part of an inspired little company full of the sorts of people that a corporate HR guide might suggestively describe as ‘unorthodox.’ A hypothetical quarterly performance review might have said of each of us, to a soul: “ is so creative, forward-thinking, and takes initiative, but we’re concerned that they might not be the right culture fit for our organization.” […]

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