Bruce Levenson was born in Washington, D.C. and brought up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He is married to Karen and has homes in both Atlanta and in Maryland. They have children- three sons. He is a believer of the fact that mental excellence is a splendid and lasting possession. He loves playing basketball and the amazing sport- golf. He also loves spending time with family, especially his wife and grandchildren.
Bruce is an entrepreneur. He formally owned the NBA team. He is also a philanthropist. He has a hand in Atlanta Hawks, LLC which owns a basketball team and the Philips Arena. Bruce Levenson is a co-founder of the United Communication Group (UCG), which is an information firm that deals with information on healthcare, technology, energy, mortgage banking, telecommunications to name a few. On philanthropy, his work is evident by his role in associations such as the Community Foundation of Washington, DC.
According to PR Newswire, he started his career as a journalist with the Washington Star, while attending law school. He was a reporter prior to starting United Communications Group (UCG), where he is a member of the board and also an advisor to the premier executive team. He has also served on the boards of the Community Foundation of Washington, D.C, the Specialised Information Industry, and the Hoop Dream Foundation. He has served as president of the I Have A Dream Foundation of Washington- an organization that sees to it that needy children also get an education by going to school. He is a man whose reputation proceeds. He has begun a school in Maryland because he believes in imparting knowledge and that sharing of knowledge is a way of achieving immortality. For more info, visit the official website, brucelevenson.com.