Bruce Levenson is a philanthropist whose business intentions are aimed at improving the living standards as well as improving the country’s economy. He was a co –owner of Atlanta Hawks LLC (http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikeozanian/2015/04/23/bankers-for-levenson-oversold-atlanta-hawks-by-27/) which was previously known as Atlanta Spirit LLC. He also co-founded United Communication Group and is on the Board of Directors for Tech Target which is An IT industry which has employed many Americans. In the latest transaction, Bruce scooped at least $1 billion as profit from the sale of the Hawk club a profit margin that left many amazed.
Bruce Levenson was born to a Jewish family In Washington D.C and was brought up in Chevy Chase Maryland. He went to college at Washington University in St. Louis and later went to Americans university where he graduated with a degree in law. Bruce began his journalism career while attending law classes in the evening a move that introduced him into the media industry where he serves as a member of the board of directors in various media houses.
He likes interacting and growing other people’s talent a reason why he decided to co-own a basketball team aimed at giving the young and talented youth a chance to exercise their skills. In the process, the opportunity would eventually provide them with some cash to uplift their living standards. Levenson is also a very active member of several philanthropic organizations. According to PR News, he is a member of Community Foundation of Washington D.C and Hoop Dreams Foundation. He has also worked with an organization whose role was assisting low-income children in pursuing higher education as the president of the organization.
Levenson is also a founding donor to the United States Holocaust Museum where he funds the museum to offer Home program lessons which are aimed at educating inner-city students about the Holocaust as well as train them to become tour guides at the museum.