Investor and Philanthropist , Michael co-manages of Seminole Capital Partners, LP, an equity investment fund founded in 1995, and trustee (along with his wife, Jenny) of The Speedwell Foundation, which supports urban parks and education. Michael presents his ideas of how the abandoned passenger rail line and abandoned urban areas on the Charleston peninsula can be used to create parks and recreation for the city.
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