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Brief Biography of Bruce McBarnette, Esquire
Bruce McBarnette is president of the real estate investment firm, Summit Connection LLC. He was a former legal counsel to the United States Senate, a former senior counsel for Fannie Mae, and a former Judge Advocate attorney for the US Army. He was also a captain in the Army. He is a graduate of Princeton University, where he was president of his class. He is also a graduate of New York University School of Law.
He also teaches classes for a number of colleges on real estate investing, on acting, and on preparation for the following professional school exams: the Law School Admissions Test, the Graduate Record Exam, and the Graduate Management Admissions Test. Some of the colleges he has taught for include John Madison University, George Washington University, Chaminade, Montgomery College, Hagerstown College, and Maui Community College.
On top of his professional pursuits, Mr. McBarnette is also an actor who has had roles on TV shows, such as 24 Hours, West Wing, The Wire, Law and Order, and on movies, such as Body of Lies, Shooter, Ladder 49,Along Came the Spider, Contact, Deep Impact, and Jackal.
Mr. McBarnette is also a distinguished high jumper. He has broken world records for his age group and has won 9 world track and field championships for his age group. He has also won 26 USA national championships for his age group. He has been featured in Sports Illustrated.
Despite his hectic schedule, he still finds time for philanthropy and has raised over $100,000 for a variety of charities, including the American Heart Association, Charlies Place, and the Queens Sickle Cell Advocacy Network. He has hosted charitable social events, such as art shows, at several embassies in Washington DC, including the embassies of the following countries: Finland, Croatia, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Austria, Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Antigua and Barbuda, and the Czech Republic.