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Luke Force is 35 years of age. He attended Temple University. He was one of the founders of Black Navigator.com in August of 1998; a website that allowed users to search for all minority owned businesses. One of the founders of MCP and E investments, inc.; a stock investment club; Formed in late 2000. Founder of a non-profit organization called urban altitude in 2001; an organization that bridged the gap of digital divide in poverty stricken inner cities. Founder of Gray Enterprise, Inc. in 2002; a foreclosure prevention company. Founder of AMC Global Funding, inc. in 2008; a business loan brokerage. One of the founders of Garrison Risk, LLC. formed in 2011; a mortgage fraud forensic firm. One of the founders of Smart Doc, LLC. formed in 2011. This company was one of the pioneers of the electronic device docking stations spawned from the high school cell phone bans in New York and many neighboring states. Smart Dock, LLC. was featured in the news, on the radio, and in the news paper. Luke Force is also a writer and has composed a screenplay, children's books, and motivational Ebooks that can be found for sale on Amazon.com, Barnesand Noble.com, and Smashwords.com. Luke Force has also done motivational speaking presentations and first-time home buying presentations at Operation Hope; a global non-profit organization. He has also been a Sr. Loan officer for over 12 years for banking institutions such Duetche, JP Morgan Chase, and Wells Fargo. Luke Force has also invested in real estate and purchased a number of properties in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut yielding a net worth of over $4 million dollars.
More importantly...Luke has a passion for helping others and motivating others. His goal is always to make a positive impact with everyone he encounters. "My ultimate goal is to leave a legacy behind...to create a service or product that will make our lives easier. A service that will amplify the essence of the life experience...at least something to that effect. We only get one life, as far as I know, and I intend to make the best of my alloted time."