Martin Rozenblum is the Founder of Visibility.org, a platform dedicated to empowering philanthropy by fostering collaboration among donors, nonprofits and beneficiaries. By democratizing access to available resources, best practices, statistics and other initiatives in their areas of interest, Visibility.org aims to help nonprofit organizations increase the efficiency and impact of the giving process. In addition, Martin is the Director of the Rozenblum Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting innovation in the arts, sciences and education. Martin has held a variety of positions for local and international nonprofits, such the New World Symphony, Hillel, The Many Hats Institute, MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Miami, among many others. He is also the President of Asset Management and Development Corp (AMAD), an investment management firm dedicated to the identification of opportunities, acquisitions and reorganization of distressed assets in the real estate, hospitality, and finance sectors. Martin is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he majored in finance and entrepreneurial management.
Visibility.org is a platform created to engage players in the world of philanthropy. By building communities around common objectives, it facilitates stronger and more effective interaction between different organizations, as well as between supporters and beneficiaries. One of the driving forces for visibility has been the understanding that the nonprofit world is riddled with inefficiencies that result from uncoordinated, duplicated efforts. As visibility works to employ information technology to help solve such inefficiencies, it offers its users advanced tools that allows them to plan, monitor and guide programs and projects. Such tools, which are used intra-organizationally, also provide an opportunity to directly involve beneficiaries, partners or donors in the process. Matching resources to needs can be achieved very efficiently through its marketplace platform, where programs request their needs for specific resources in the form of 'best practices,' goods, services or volunteers. Visibility allows users to post their requests for needs or post offers to such requests and provides tools to match the two.