Bruce Levenson was the former owner of Atlanta Hawks Basketball. The American entrepreneur sold the company, and after its sale, he decided to venture into a different activity in the education sector. Mr. Bruce is involved in the funding of a non-profit project known as Do Good Institute at the University of Maryland. The project is the only one in the institution, with the aim of reaching the undergraduate students and lead them to the world of volunteer and leadership which will help be competitive with their fellow students in the private sector. Since the birth of the program, it has been expanding and receiving active support from the students and the management of the University.
Bruce and his wife Karen noticed the program which was being run by individuals who were not fully qualified and didn’t have the required tools to penetrate the education sector. The couple decided to invest in the Do Good Institute and provide the necessary skills. Karen and Bruce Levenson funded more than $75 million with the help of Maryland State which gave $20 million. The Do Good Institute is built into high missions;
- To train a non-profit generation
- To convert the Universities into Do Good Institutions where graduates are educated and inspired to give back.
Bruce Levenson is the former of Atlanta Hawks, reports ESPN. He is also a renowned business person in America Levenson is an entrepreneur who has co-founded other companies including United Communication Group, Target Tech where he is the founding member and also the Director. Bruce was born in a Jewish family, and after his High School graduation, he joined Washington University and later American University where he graduated with a degree in law. Mr. Bruce is not a business person, but he is so much involved in the community activities. He is the President of I Have a Dream Foundation, an organization that assists low-income students in pursuing higher education. Bruce is also a family man married to his wife Karen and has three sons.
Visit his website at brucelevenson.com.