Kirk-Anthony Hamilton is an architectural designer turned entrepreneur and investor from Kingston, Jamaica. He is the CEO of the Infiniti Partnership, a company connecting opportunities to a dynamic network of people, capital and markets. The business fOCl.JSeS on interests in real estate, hospitality, retail, lifestyle and entertainment. Kirk formed the Infiniti Partnership based on a love for collaboration and transforming ideas into business solutions. The Infiniti Partnership is a market maker providing global access. Kirk-Anthony has built a strong reputation for his ability to craft deep partnerships and build communities connecting wealth, influence and opportunity. "On May 11 2015 Kirk-Anthony was 1 of 75 Emerging Global Entrepreneurs from around the world selected to be honored by President Barack Obama at an event hosted at the White House as a part of the President's Global Entrepreneurship Initiative." In January of 2016 Kirk-Anthony was selected as 1 of 50 members of the Global Shapers Community to participate in the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. He is also the co-curator of the Destination Experience; a social discovery experience, gathering a global network of business leaders and influencers to promote investment, prosperity and philanthropy in the Caribbean. Launched at Chris Blackwell's legendary GoldenEye Resort, the event has attracted partners including Visa Signature, Virgin Atlantic, Jaguar and Range Rover. The 201 7 Destination Experience brought together collective resources of US$ 100 billion in Kingston, Jamaica; a historic feat for the island. 'The Destination Experience was also specifically recognized by the White House and President Obama as an innovative platform for the promotion of entrepreneurship and a unique business catalyst.' Kirk-Antony's investment savvy was honed and developed through his participation as co-founder in a private investment firm offering Caribbean high net-worth individuals ownership in existing profitable US digital media companies. He was also a member of the pioneering design team behind the Star Island Bahamas Project, proposed as the world's first 1 off the grid resort island. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Travel Channel. He has also worked on projects for global brands including Ritz Carlton, Hilton, Cadillac and ESPN. Kirk-Anthony graduated with a Master of Architecture Degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design, is currently the Curator of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers' Kingston Hub, a One Young World Ambassador, a Westerwelle Foundation Fellow and a featured contributor to the Huffington Post.