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3:16pm April 13, 2013

Game Changer: Jeb Bush, Jr.

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Name:  Jeb Bush, Jr.

Title: COO

Organization:  Jeb Bush & Associates

What Makes This Person a Game Changer:  Jeb Bush, Jr. currently serves as Chief Operating Officer of Jeb Bush & Associates (“JBA”), as well as President of Bush Realty, LLC. Previously, Jeb worked with Fairchild Partners, Inc., a full service commercial real estate firm, located Coral Gables, Florida.

JBA provides a variety of consulting services, focused primarily on business development and strategic advisory work. Whether recruiting Directors and Advisors, generating capital, clients or strategic partners or formulating the next stage of the business plan, JBA responds dynamically to each client’s most pressing needs. JBA does not perform any lobbying, political fundraising or political consulting.

Jeb is the Chairman of the Friends of St. Jude Children’s Hospital, the organization responsible for raising funds for, and awareness of, St. Jude Children’s Hospital throughout the community. Additionally, He serves as a surrogate speaker for the Florida Family Literacy Foundation, a state-wide organization to promote literacy. Jeb has also been involved in the Marco Rubio for Senate campaign since June of 2009.

Jeb earned a bachelor’s degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, and, in 2008, Jeb earned a Master’s Degree in International Real Estate Finance from Florida International University.



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