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Teaching Professional, Teaches Year-Round, USGTF Teaching Professional, Over 30 Years’ Experience, Teaches Right & Left Handed, Plays Right Handed.
Max is a long-time Washington, DC resident, businessman, and philanthropist. Recently retired from his successful business development and government contracting career at Cornet Technology, he now lends his experience to clients as a political consultant, strategist, and fundraiser.
Working from home, Max also enjoys being an Air BnB super host and sharing his spacious home and the Washington, DC experience with others.
Max has a vast network of contacts and is knowledgeable about advocacy and lobbying. His relationships, cultivated over decades, include decision-makers from Capitol Hill, the Administration, and the military. As a former SBA minority business owner, Max has keen insight into how to help small businesses stand out and succeed, and he works to connect small businesses with government opportunities.
Max has served in leadership volunteer positions at dozens of local nonprofits including the DC Rotary Club, the Salvation Army, Recreation Wish List, and the Committee to Promote DC. He also served his city by sitting for a term as a member of the Washington, DC Alcohol Beverage Control Board.
Max is an excellent golfer and enjoys teaching others as a certified golf instructor. When he’s not on the golf course, you’ll most likely find him cheering for the Washington Nationals, Commanders, and Wizards.
Max has two sons and three grandchildren, the lights of his life. Whenever he can, Max is visiting his grandchildren who live in Colorado and Tennessee.
Max has played golf for more than 30-years, and he’s received his United States Golf Teachers Federation certification and is a Certified Golf Teaching Professional in September 2014 (Certification/License number 8804).
In January 2019, he earned his International PGA Certified Member Designation (License# 312)