Rashan Prailow

Rashan Prailow is Founder and CEO of The Think Group LLC (THINK), a business professional, inspirational speaker, postsecondary education advocate, and public servant. Most recently, Rashan worked as a Business Officer at Georgetown University. Prior to this, Rashan interned in the Office of Management & Budget and then served in the Presidential Personnel Office on the Economics and Justice team at the White House under former President Barack Obama.

Rashan has engaged over one thousand young adults as an inspirational speaker, personal development coach, and consultant. Rashan has collaborated with the New Jersey Department of education governors Juvenile Justice Delinquency Preventive Committee, Jean Krauss Youth Leadership and Career Development Forum, New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission, Camelot Education, Camden City School District, Baltimore City Public Schools, Harcum
College, Center for Family Services, Rutgers-Camden, George Mason University’s Early Identification Program, Gateway to College – Camden County College, and the Yale School to name a few.

This past primary election cycle, Rashan launched the “Prailow For The People” campaign as he ran for a City Council seat to represent Camden's third ward. Although Rashan did not win, the primary goal of the "Prailow For The People" campaign was achieved as voter turnout increased by over 100% in an off-year ward election. Rashan's advocacy, inspirational speaking, public service, and work with at-risk youth resulted in him becoming the only Camden resident selected as an honoree for the SNJ Millennials inaugural thirty under thirty trendsetters award.

Rashan is a proud native of Camden, New Jersey and attended the city's public schools. Rashan's transformative life story highlighting his re-commitment to education has been written about in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Courier Post. Rashan holds an associate's degree in business administration from Camden County College and a bachelor's degree in political science cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.