Higher education gives an opportunity to young men to invent social solutions that will make the world a better place. That is why the Do Good Institute couldn’t have chosen a better breeding ground than the University of Maryland.
Do Good Institute is a philanthropic initiative at the University of Maryland that specializes in introducing undergraduate students to the world charity and volunteer work in the United States. The projects nurture a new kind of business leaders who are more oriented towards the betterment of the society.
In an interview with PR Newswire, The proprietor of this nobility, Bruce Levenson attributed the lack of progress in most charitable organizations to lack of necessary business skills and strategies required to navigate through this space. The former NBA team owner decided to concentrate on philanthropic projects such as the Do Good Initiative in a quest to make the society a better place.
The Do Good Initiative has already hit its target of raising over $75 million that will be used to run various charitable courses. Bruce has unmatched expertise in the field of philanthropy having have led the I Have A Dream Foundation as its president.
Bruce Levenson is a renowned philanthropist who has a great conviction in the power of generosity. Generosity is what separates the good leaders from the bad leaders. Together with his wife, Karen, they manage the operations of the various aids they create.
Apart from being a leader in the charity world, Bruce Levenson is also a family man. He loves playing basketball and spends most of his time in either Atlanta or Potomac where his houses are. Bruce earned his academic qualifications from the Washington University, St. Louis, and the American University. He boasts a rich work experience in journalism and law, given that he used to work for the Washington Star as a journalist. Check out his personal website: brucelevenson.com