Jason Martin

Jason Ulyatta Martin is an international management consultant real estate adviser and entrepreneur. Mr. Martin is a graduate of New York University’s Stern School of Business and earned certificates in Japanese business and management from Sanno University, Nagoya, Japan, and from the Advanced Minority Business Executive Program at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business.

A dual citizen of the United States and Guyana,  he attended Queens College from 1972-1979.  While in Guyana, Mr. Martin also participated in National Service and worked locally in the family business including the wholesale supply of cement and specialized materials and the representation of international businesses and contractors in Guyana and Suriname.

Mr. Martin currently serves as a Principal of MCCG GUYANA INC; MCCGUSA LTD (formerly the Management Consulting and Controls Group); Arvo Realty Advisors of New York and Texas and as a Board Director of its and affiliate in South Africa - MCCG SA CORP and also sits on the boards and finance committees of several other companies in Guyana, the United States and West Africa. 

Mr. Martin is a certified member (CMC) of the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC), and a member of The Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and he and/or the firm is licensed as a commercial real estate broker in New York, Pennsylvania, Texas  and Guyana, South America. He served on the boards of the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce in New York, The Council for Unity, and the Borough Development Group and the finance committees of several health care entities and private international companies.  His practice includes serving as the principal consultant and executive coach to management of various health care entities, not-for profits, small businesses, corporations and government agencies on strategy, finance, real estate, construction and development project management. International projects involve economic development, logistics, agriculture, mining, student housing, technology, health systems, and participation within the oil and gas supply chain.

His client roster includes Urban Health Plan, Montefiore Hospital, Ashkenazy Acquisitions, US GSA, US Census Bureau, US Customs, US Social Security Administration, Lone Star Community College of Texas International, NYC Health and Hospitals Corp, NYC Department of Finance, NY Empire State Development Corporation, Harlem Community Development Corporation, Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Citicare, Odyssey House, Brownsville Multi Service Center, Verizon, HP, BP, and other real estate, nonprofit, religious,  public sector and development clients.

Mr. Martin is a frequent speaker to many forums, and recently served as the Honorary Chair of the Institute of Caribbean Studies Carah Awards in Washington DC and a co chair of the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce’s  (CACCI) Anniversary program. He is also a volunteer and supporter of many nonprofits and charities in the Caribbean and the USA with activities in Guyana and where the Guyanese diaspora lives.