President: Walter M. "Marty" Cummins Jr.
is a Florida Licensed Attorney since 1984, a Florida Real Estate Broker, business consultant and entrepreneur. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, he moved to the Orlando area in 1984. He received his undergraduate degree in History in 1973, where he was elected President of the Student Senate. He attended Duke University School of Law in 1973/74 and graduated from Ohio State University’s School of Law in 1976, becoming a member of the Bar that same year. He moved to Florida in 1984, and is married to the former Jan Strumer. They have one daughter.
Marty served as a gubernatorial appointee member of the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council 1987 to 1989, and was President of the College Park Neighborhood Assn. 1991 to 1993. From 1989 through 2004 he and his wife owned and operated the popular community gathering spot “Chapters Cafe & Bookshop” where they conceived and co-founded the 501 c 3 public foundation, The Jack Kerouac Writers in Residence Project of Orlando Inc. Marty and Jan conceived and operated the following community and charitable activities and events: Central Florida book & music festivals, the “Just Desserts” fundraiser with WFTV-TV of Orlando, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld to raise money for sick children, and the Seminole Ornament Society Holiday fund raising banquet with Bonnie Manjura.
Since 2005, Marty has practiced law, served as a business consultant while he and his wife have continued to conduct their book business from the internet and specialty convention bookshops around the Country. In the summer of 2007, Marty began the EB5 Regional Center petition process.
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