As President and founder of G-Entry Principle, Napoleon Nelson has enjoyed a 25+ year career as a financial advisor to governments and non-profits throughout the United States. Over the years, Mr. Nelson has advised a wide range of clients including state & local governments, universities, utilities, and transportation concerns in issuing more than $6 billion in project financing.
He is also experienced in solving structural deficits within operating budgets. During the late 1990s Mr. Nelson served as lead advisor to the then financially distressed District of Columbia. He and his team were instrumental in closing a $350 million budget deficit, regaining access to the bond market and restoring the Districts autonomy from the U.S. Congress.
Mr. Nelson received a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
While Mr. Nelson leads most of our efforts on a day-to-day basis, there are four others who are part of the original founding group whose intellect, support, and spirit are frequently tapped for the benefit of our clients - though they are not employed by the firm. "We each excelled in a different speciality area, but found that when we worked together on a problem, something creative and good resulted."
Eric J. Fullilove
Mr. Fullilove has enjoyed a distinguished 25+ year career in key finance positions within large national and international organizations. His experience includes stints as Director of Internal Audit and Financial Planning & Analysis. He is currently serving as CFO of a large international organization, and brings that perspective to his observations.
Mr. Fullilove received a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Planning (with Economics) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Professional Accounting Program Certificate from Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Keith L. Killough, AICP
Mr. Killough has spent the majority of his career as a highly-regarded transportation planner. He has managed planning departments and functions for large regional transportation concerns. Managing the technical demands of simulation modeling, forecasting, Geographic Information Systems and data analysis are the core elements of his 30 year career.
Mr. Killough received his Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Planning (with Transportation Systems). He is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.
Vernon A. McInnis, Esq.
Mr. McInnis has built and maintained a successful legal practice in Philadelphia for almost 30 years. He has advised on a wide range of legal matters including real estate, contract law, and general corporation work. He was recently named to the development team of a proposed housing project in Philadelphia.
Mr. McInnis received his Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been admitted to the Bar in Pennsylvania and Washington D.C.
David M. Williams
Mr. Williams has spent his 30 year career designing, implementing, and testing a variety of cutting-edge software systems. These systems have spanned desktop software, communication, space electronics and avionics. Recent projects involved the implementation of a suite of Internet web crawling tools and the design of a geolocation capability for a satellite-based cellular phone network.
Mr. Williams received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusettts Institute of Technology.