I am motivated by Freedom and Uniqueness, I work in Decisive and Freeform ways, and my ideal work allows for New Solutions and Flexibility.
I have a mentor of mine who is fond of reminding me that, when attempting to influence someone, you have to know what already influences them. When I came upon Humantelligence, I realized that this technology was a true innovation and could be highly effective at building and influencing whole organizations at scale, improving productivity, and increasing engagement. Having worked in business for 25 years now, I understand that team culture and story is the majority of the game. Humantelligence is the first solution of its kind — at pricing that enables scalability across an entire organization — that promises to change the way work is done around the world.
Frantz is a member of the Board of Directors and SVP of Strategic Alliances. His key strengths are in strategy and in forging effective partnerships. Prior to joining the Humantelligence team, he served as a project leader in the European operations of Reebok International where he led the development of its restructuring plans. Prior to this, Frantz held operating positions with Procter & Gamble in the US and Latin America. Frantz has also worked in banking with Morgan Stanley and as a strategy consultant.
Frantz Alphonse is Co-Founder and Sr. Managing Director of AP Capital Holdings (APCH). APCH has partnered with a spate of Fortune 500 companies to catalyze and create a new generation of the largest, most scalable, Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) in the history of the United States. He is also co-founder of AP Capital Partners, a private equity investment company. One of his company’s major successes was in acquiring ZeroChaos which over 6 years grew from $60 million in gross revenue to over $1.3 billion. Frantz’s companies collectively have employed thousands of individuals in over a dozen countries around the globe.
Frantz is involved with organizations such as the Harvard Business School Club of Central Florida, the Duke University Alumni Association, The Prevent Cancer Foundation, and The Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization and is an avid triathlete. Frantz has spoken at Harvard Business School, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the Kellogg School at Northwestern University, and has appeared in various business publications. Frantz holds a BA from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.