Martin Rozenblum is the Director of the Rozenblum Foundation, which through various initiatives and partnerships, supports arts, culture and social causes. Martin has held a variety of positions for local and international nonprofits, such as Lincoln Center, the New World Symphony,The Many Hats Institute, Beit Hatfutzot, MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Miami, among many others.
Martin had also founded Visibility.org, to engage players in the world of philanthropy in building communities around common objectives by facilitating interaction among organizations, supporters and beneficiaries. As the nonprofit world is riddled with inefficiencies from uncoordinated, duplicated efforts of various innitiatives, though information technology and AI, aimed to solve such inefficiencies by providing organizations with tools to plan, monitor and guide programs and projects in a coordinated fashion with other organizations, beneficiaries, partners or donors. Matching resources to needs was achieved through an open marketplace, where programs posted their specific needs and offers in the form of 'best practices,' goods, services or volunteers, and matched them.
Mr Rozenblum serves as CEO of Asset Management and Development Corp (AMAD), a social impact investment firm dedicated to managing and developing assets out of special situations within the real estate, hospitality, and finance sectors. Martin is a member of YPO, Chair of YPOs Latin American Real Estate Network, obtained his undergraduate degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has completed several HBS and MIT executive education programs.