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Rendel L. Solomon Is Turning Underserved Children Into Public Company Shareholders!

Rendel is a Principal with Muller & Monroe Asset Management (M2), a Chicago-based private equity firm that has advised on over $1 billion of assets since inception.

Prior to joining M², Rendel worked as an entrepreneur in the media and entertainment industry in New York. He began his professional career as a project engineer for The Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati, OH.  

Rendel obtained his BS in Electrical Engineering from Tulane University and his MBA from Columbia Business School.

Rendel L. Solomon is the oldest of three children raised on the Westside of Chicago in a rough neighborhood affectionately known as “K-Town.”  The neighborhood has been challenged for decades with crime, drug activity, limited educational options, and poor housing. 

Throughout his educational and professional career, he carried the attitude learned from his late Mother that education would be the key for him and his two sisters to rise above their surroundings. 

In June 2016, he founded the non-profit One Stock One Future to expand access and opportunity to one million underserved youth throughout Chicago and across the country by turning them into public company shareholders. He does this by teaching basic classes about stock then donating shares to each student.

From 2011 to 2014, he served as the President of the Associate Board for LINK Unlimited Scholars, a non-profit mentoring and scholarship organization.  He is a 2016 New Leaders Council Chicago Fellow and the Economic Empowerment Co-Chair for 100 Black Men of Chicago.  In August 2016, Rendel was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Securities Professionals, and he serves on the Board of Trustees for The Latin School of Chicago.


Rendel and his One Stock One Future program has been featured on radio stations and news outlets around the country. Please click below links:

Awards & Recognition:
October 2014: National Association of Investment Companies, Rising Star Private Equity. 

July 2016: Chicago Community Trust, Acting Up Award recipient. 

February 2017: Chicago Defender newspaper, Men of Excellence Award.

May 2017: The Chicago Urban League, SUMMIT Award Luncheon Innovator. 

June 2017: Swish Dreams, 8th Annual Fundraiser Honoree.

June 2017: The Network Journal, 40 Under 40 Award.

For more information and to get involved, be sure to follow Rendel and One Stock One Future by clicking below links:

Please consider contributing $10 to help turn a child into a public company shareholder by visiting: