top of page

Mikael Pyles

HBCU Stories


Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management

Grad Year


Notable Affiliations


Greek Affiliations

Kappa Alpha Psi


Two HBCU Grads and fraternity brothers founded QuikLiq while attending Clark Atlanta University in 2010. The company is a digital platform for wine, beer, and spirit delivery that operates out of Miami, Florida, and will be expanding to Georgia in early 2021. QuikLiq is the first Black-owned online alcohol marketplace and seeks to make ordering alcohol easy and convenient while being committed to growing a culture of drinking responsibly.

Clark Atlanta University

Originally from sunny Southern California, Mikael is known for his bright smile, keen business sense, and warmly engaging personality. An Honors Program student and Dean's Scholar at Clark Atlanta University, Mikael received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management. Before relocating to New York City and becoming a luxury real estate broker for a boutique Manhattan firm, Mikael lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he managed a $400 million dollar portfolio and earned many awards as an Assistant Buyer at Target Corporation’s corporate headquarters. Currently, Mikael is the President and Chief Strategy Officer for QuikLiq—a revolutionary digital alcohol delivery service that he co-founded with his college friends. Mikael is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., and is passionate about giving back to his community. He even started a financial services business called WealthBuilders, where he helps low-to-middle income families get out of debt and create fiscally responsible long-term savings plans. You can download QuikLiq on IOS and Android devises today.

Previous Story
Next Story

Please share your academic or social experience at your HBCU, your favorite class, hang-out joint, homecoming game, student center, on or off-campus party, and Greek show. If you pledged a fraternity or sorority, we want to hear about those stories too. The goal is to use your Story to promote and uplift the HBCU brand. Your HBCU prepared you for success, and now we want everyone to read about a real HBCU Experience.

bottom of page