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ESRW April 11th Lunch Meeting. Let's Talk About Fairhope with Corey Martin, Fairhope City Council
ESRW April 11th Lunch Meeting. Let's Talk About Fairhope with Corey Martin, Fairhope City Council

Thu, Apr 11


Fairhope Yacht Club

ESRW April 11th Lunch Meeting. Let's Talk About Fairhope with Corey Martin, Fairhope City Council

Please join us for lunch and to hear from Fairhope City Councilman Corey Martin.

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Time & Location

Apr 11, 2024, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM CDT

Fairhope Yacht Club, 101 Volanta Ave, Fairhope, AL 36532, USA


About the Event

About Mr. Corey Martin: 

Corey is serving his first term on the City Council.  Corey and his lovely wife, Monetia have three children: Corey, Bryon, and Zoe. They attend Fairhope schools. His family attends Celebration Church, where Corey serves as financial advisor on the board. Corey, a multi-faceted athlete, graduated from Davidson High School in Mobile AL. He accepted a baseball scholarship to Samford University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. He obtained a Nursing degree from Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham. As a Registered Nurse, Corey worked in ICU with a specialty in Trauma and Burn. He worked as a traveling nurse in California, Arizona, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Alabama. After earning a Master of Science in Anesthesia from Midwestern University, Corey began his career as a Nurse Anesthetist. He practiced at the University of Florida Shands Hospital in Gainesville and Providence Hospital in Mobile. Corey has a strong legacy in education, sports and supporting others. His mother taught special education and retired as the Director of Special Education in Mobile County. His father taught special education, coached various high school sports, and mentored young men. Corey’s grandmothers were educators, and his uncle was one of the first black principals in Mobile.

Corey’s passion for sports and supporting others inspired him to devote his time to serving the youth of Fairhope. Just as he received blessings from his family, he believes in passing the torch to the next generation. In 2017, Corey saw the need to give boys (ages 9-14) an equal opportunity to become well-rounded young men. As a result, he founded Lampro Asteri, a 501(c)(3) mentorship program, locally known as the Fairhope Boy’s Club. Each week, you will find Corey at Fairhope Intermediate School and Fairhope Middle School, teaching 60-75 boys leadership skills and the habits of successful people. His goal is to create future leaders of Fairhope by preparing the boys to be mentally, physically, and spiritually healthy men. Corey Martin serves on several boards within the community: Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation FEEF (3 years), Rotary Youth Club (4 years), City Recreation Board (2 years) and Celebration Church as Financial Advisor (4 years).


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