Austin Broussard is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. He gained world-class consulting experience at Bain & Company and Deloitte, where he crafted c-suite level business strategy for Fortune 100 executives. After Bain, Austin launched an investment career focused on identifying, repositioning, and exiting or restructuring underutilized real assets in the Southeast and Midwest United States. 


In a move to expand economic impact in public and private sector opportunities, Austin serves as an economic development and public policy consultant with one of the United States’ leading law and public policy consulting firms. There, he helps advise city, county, and state governments as well as quasi-government commercial firms across the U.S., promoting economic development through equity in public contracting (e.g. construction, architecture, engineering, logistics, etc.).


As a passion project in 2017, Austin founded a free business incubator for children (ages 6-12) to help develop the next generation of leaders. Since then, he has held weekly classes to teach real estate investing, taxes, marketing, entrepreneurship, and global affairs.

Austin is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College, with dual bachelor’s degrees in both Finance and Spanish. He received his MBA from Yale and contributes to an international network of business leaders, dedicated to creating meaningful economic impact through engagements across the globe.