Founder & Chairman


Mo’s dominance on the basketball court is the engine that ultimately drives his business endeavors. As such, he’s invested in his basketball above all else but he makes time to oversee all community and investment initiatives.


  • The University of Texas
    McCombs School of Business
    (BBA – pursuing)

Fun Fact:

By age 11 Mo was taller than Coach Love, by age 13 Mo could dunk on him, and at age 18 Mo surpassed his ACT score


Founder & Managing Partner


Greer oversees all day-to-day business operations at Lenox Partners and is a certified NBPA Player Agent. Greer has over 17 years of investment banking and private equity experience, having closed 40+ transactions valued at over $1.5 billion. Greer began his career in New York at Citigroup Investment Bank, followed by Watch Hill Partners, a boutique M&A advisory firm. After obtaining his MBA full-time from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Greer joined Huron Capital in Detroit where he spent nearly 7 years partnering with entrepreneurs and executives to recapitalize and grow their businesses.

While in New York, Greer founded an after-school program called “Locke’s Lions” at P.S. 208, Alain L. Locke Elementary School, based on his experience as a student-athlete tutor at Indiana University. With mandatory study tables after school, followed by basketball practice and weekly competition in a local league, the Lions forged supportive relationships that remain to this day.


  • Indiana University
    BA, Sociology – Magna Cum Laude

  • University of Michigan
    Ross School of Business
    MBA, Finance & Strategy

Fun Fact:

After amassing a 12-2 record and an appearance in the tournament finals, one may think Greer was a decent coach. Turns out that 3 Locke’s Lions went on to play college basketball or football, including a NBA pro who “Coach Love” famously cut from the first Locke’s Lions team…some kid named Mo Bamba.


“This is an extremely personal project…the smallest details represent important parts of my life, from my African roots, to my Harlem upbringing, to honoring my family who made this all possible."

  • The Mo Bamba Foundation unveiled a new basketball facility at SOS Village Abobo-Gare in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire in August 2022
  • The facility serves over 200 children daily with access to two FIBA-spec basketball courts and fully rehabilitated electricity and plumbing throughout the village


New York Cares Gala 2019:

Acts of Warmth Award


Mo Bamba Presents West African Village with Basketball Facility

New York Times:

Harlem Made Mo Bamba, but He Will Take It From Here