Makenzie Mallory is an entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, explorer and documentary photographer.
She is the Founder + CEO of ATLANTIK, a construction industry enterprise software and analytics company (currently in development). Previously, she was the Managing Director of Pacific Noon- a natural resources consultancy focused on South Asia and Africa (agriculture, mining, oil & gas, forestry).
Her interests lie in the intersection of youth leadership, geopolitics, the developing world, private sector economic development, adventure and space travel, natural resources/heavy industry and photography.
She is the head of “X”- an off the record, activity based summit and community for the next generation of top level decision makers and wealth holders in the developing world.
Makenzie received a degree in Photojournalism from the International Center of Photography in 2010 with a graduation thesis (year long photo project) on youth gangs and violence in Harlem. Her upcoming photography book “Pakistan Zindabad”, is the result of several years in country covering national elections, culture, youth, landscapes and the general state of Pakistan before the United States withdrawal from neighboring Afghanistan, will be published in the fall of 2016.