Kevin Prokop is a founding Partner of Rockbridge Growth Equity, LLC. He was formerly a Managing Director at Questor Partners Fund, a $1.1 billion private equity fund.
Prior to Questor, Prokop was an Engagement Manager with McKinsey & Company. He graduated with distinction from Georgetown University, where he was an elected president of his class for three years, and was the first student appointed to the universitys Board of Governors. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago, where he graduated summa cum laude and first in his class with a perfect grade-point average.
Prokop has been a frequent speaker and panelist at conferences on private equity. He recently spoke on developments in private equity at M.I.T. and the University of Pennsylvanias Wharton School. He has also written numerous articles on business strategy, private equity and public policy issues. His writings were recently published in The Journal of Private Equity, and in a book edited by Harvard Business School's Robert Kaplan.
Prokop has served and continues to serve on several boards of private and publicly-traded companies, including the Board of Directors for One Reverse Mortgage, Protect America, AccountNow, One on One Marketing, Connect America, and Purchasing Power. He also sits on the Advisory Boards of the Michigan Cancer Research Foundation and New Detroit, and is actively involved in Detroit Renaissances "Road to Renaissance\0x201D effort. In 2007, he was appointed by Michigan's State Legislature to be Co-Chairman of the State of Michigan's Commission on Governmental Efficiency, a private sector commission established to make recommendations to address the states fiscal health.
Prokop lives in suburban Detroit, Michigan with his wife and their three children.