Following his studies at Antioch College in Urban Planning, Ari attended the University of Dayton Law School prior to focusing on a career in Real Estate Land Use. A recognized city design authority, he served as President of the Building Appeals Board for the City of Dayton and spearheaded the re-design of operations and logistics. In 2005, he established Mayan Properties in Cancun, Mexico which joined forces with Trafalgar Global Partners to facilitate Venture Capital Sourcing and Consulting Services with offices in the U.S., Asia and Latin America. Ari’s client list is a “who’s who” of international corporations and he holds numerous professional designations. He has served The Global Housing Foundation since inception.