A 1987 graduate from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, Keith Knutsson, a Tampa, Florida-based real estate professional and entrepreneur, has extended his relationship with the University by serving on the Alumni Advisory Board. Established in 1919 as a school of economics and business administration, the Goizueta Business School in Atlanta, is widely recognized as a world-class business school. The Goizueta Business School received its current name in 1994 when it was renamed for the late CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, Roberto C. Goizueta, a much-admired Atlanta-area businessman recognized for business values and principles that helped shape today’s corporate leaders. Emory’s Goizueta Business School, from where Keith Knutsson earned his Bachelor of Business Administration, developed its M.B.A. program in 1954 and, in 2009, added a new Ph.D. curriculum in Business Administration and a new Real Estate course of study. Keith Knutsson’s alma mater offers one of the largest and most tailored mentoring programs among top business schools, bringing the global perspective to the classroom. A flagship program, the Goizueta Mentoring Program and the Goizueta Alumni Entrepreneurs Network utilizes the success of Emory graduates like Keith Knutsson to share their business acumen and international experiences. Keith Knutsson splits his time between business and giving back to the community through relationships with the Goizueta Business School Alumni Advisory Board and various other organizations. The Founder and Managing Director of Integrale Capital Partners has accrued more than 20 years’ experience in the European and U.S. real estate markets and a notable academic background. As President of the International Pathways Foundation (IPF), Keith Knutsson provides scholarships to college graduates seeking to study abroad. Mr. Knutsson’s effort supports the advantages of studying abroad, having had that experience himself as a student at INSEAD in Paris, France, where he earned an M.B.A. with honors in 1991. Additionally, when Keith Knutsson works internationally, he meets with IPF student candidates to provide guidance. Mr. Knutsson assists Aging Solutions, Inc., a healthcare coordinator for the needy in several Florida counties, in ensuring the provision of the highest-quality guardianship services to the physically or mentally disabled. In addition, Keith Knutsson serves on the Board of Directors of Tampa’s Inner City Fund; advises on relationships and services to international real estate investors for Coast to Coast Real Estate, Inc.; and has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Ronald’s Burger Burger, Inc., a new fresh hamburger franchise concept.