How Altrubanc came to be

At the age of forty-five I decide to go back to school to pursue a degree. While in the financial aid office I discovered that I was fully eligible for student loans but I became extremely uneasy at the thought of maintaining that debt for a long period of time. I was still self-employed and had a successful business, yet I still worried about the future. I soon realized that if I had these feelings from a fairly healthy economic perspective, a twenty year old must be terrified at the prospect of owing so much with no definitive future. I left that college’s financial aid office and created Rather than becoming one of those students bearing such debt, I chose to help those students within a structure of altruism which maintains the interests of both the student and the sponsors providing financial assistance.

Jason A. Summers

Founder, President of

Altrubanc was founded with the belief that students that graduate from college with little or no debt are stronger contributors to the economy than other graduates. The burden of repaying student loans means that graduates are not fully engaged in the economy until years after graduation.

We have established not only a new way for graduates to pay back debt incurred over the course of their educations, but also a way for people, groups, and businesses to invest in the future of our economy.

Our Team

William Matthew Leonard, Chief Technology Officer


Matt graduated from St. Cloud State University in 1994 with a B.A in English, and a minor in Computer Science. He has worked in varying capacities in the IT industry, including desktop hardware and software support and network administration. As a software developer, Matt developed software for Facilities Managers. He is a member in the following organizations: NIBS (National Institute of Building Sciences), COBie (Construction Operations Building Information Exchange), BIM Breakfast Club, and the Microsoft Partner Network.

Matt enjoys golf in his free time. He lives in North Hudson, WI.

 Richard P. Lindsey, Office of Legal Counsel, Lindsey Law Firm

Rick is the founder of the firm, a Georgia native, and an honors graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law where he served as Managing Editor of the Georgia Law Review. Rick began his legal career as a clerk for the Honorable William M. Acker, Jr., United States District Court, Northern District of Alabama, and is licensed to practice in all Georgia courts as well as the United States Supreme Court. The firm is based on Rick’s twenty-plus years of legal experience in Peachtree City, as managing partner of the area’s largest law firm, as former City Attorney for the City of Peachtree City, and as attorney for the Sheriff of Fayette County.

Rick is a longstanding member of the Peachtree City community, a member of the Fayette County Bar Association, a member of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, and Chairman of the Fayette County Education Foundation. Rick has developed a strong reputation as much sought-after counsel in the areas of Business Transactions and Litigation; Local Government and Zoning; Adoptions; and Wills, Estate Planning, and Probate.

Rick currently serves as City Attorney for the City of Chattahoochee Hills in Fulton County and also as counsel for numerous local, state, national, and international businesses.

“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”
-Greek proverb



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