About Bruce Levenson
Bruce Levenson formerly owned the Atlanta Hawks basketball team before selling the team and the Philips Arena. According to Forbes.com, after selling out the Atlanta Hawks in 2014, Bruce Levenson invested into the Do Good Institute in Maryland University. He is a Board Director and a member of IT industry media company TechTarget.
In a statement on Benzinga.com, Bruce Levenson pointed to many great and in good work that his charitable program at Maryland University had achieved so far. Levenson also said that with the emergence of alternative education, Do Good Initiative was presenting the unique value and reshape higher education programs that will transform the entire education landscape. Do Good Institute wishes to create an example from which other Institutions can base foundation.
With a unique higher education initiative, the Do Good Institute has the aim of getting many undergraduate students at the Maryland University and teach them volunteering and non-profit. Do Good wishes to develop new business, non-profit leaders able to achieve business competency in an ever competitive business world.
The Do Good Institute has the most liberal and learning work atmosphere where learners are presented with charitable donations to advance their search for future careers. The program has seen an incredible response, with the ever first Philanthropy 101 class consisting of many students given ten thousand dollars to decide their careers.
Do Good Institute aim is to change the campus into the most motivated and liberal graduate school. Do Good program has already achieved much success in developing new non-profit entrepreneurs. Ben Simon was the former student of the program and has recently founded FRN (Food Recovery Network) and also operates a major waste-prevention crusade at the campus. Bruce claimed that the emergence of online learning, the University has sought out for other alternatives business models to give learning a real reason for existing.