The Thomas Edwin Greenbaum Charitable Foundation was founded by Tom Greenbaum in 1999.  Tom believed that the path to happiness was by giving to others and found joy in giving to those in need. The TEG Foundation is the embodiment of Tom's dedication to charitable work. Today, the TEG Foundation is run by Tom's Brother, Steven Greenbaum, and Tom's daughters, Malinda Hlavenka and Caroline Greenbaum. The TEG Foundation contributes to local communities through the philanthropic legacy of Tom. The TEG Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity, located at 512 Ne 10th Ave, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301, EIN 58-2359585. 

Tom Greenbaum

Tom was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 31, 1956. After graduating from the University School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Tom attended Emory University where he graduated number one in his class from the School of Business in 1978 and then went on to receive his MBA from NYU. Tom was admitted into the two-year Executive Training Program at Merrill Lynch in New York City.

 

Thereafter, Tom moved to Atlanta where he raised his two children, Malinda and Caroline. Tom was very active in the Atlanta community in both his personal and professional life and, within a few short years, became a top stockbroker at Merrill Lynch. Years later, Tom moved to Morgan Stanley as a Senior Vice President where he was ranked as one of the top financial advisors in the nation. He continued with a high level of excellence in his position until he retired at the age of 50.

 

After retirement, Tom moved to Palm Beach, Florida, where he became very involved in the local community, including the Alpert Jewish Family and Children's Service, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, the Palm Beach Film and Television Institute, the town's Department of Planning, Zoning & Building, and the board of WXEL PBS for the Palm Beaches.

 

Tom was an outstanding pianist with the talent to improvise and play music by ear. He loved to entertain and would often ask you to name any song, and he would play it right before your eyes! He was also a talented athlete with a passion for golf and tennis. He was a member of the Banyan Golf Club, and a former member of the Palm Beach Country Club and Atlanta Country Club. Tom loved people and prided himself on generosity and humility. He dedicated his life to his children and was truly unique in every way. He is missed by many. 

Steven Greenbaum

Steven Greenbaum is Vice President and General Counsel of TradeStation Securities, Inc., a south Florida-based self-clearing online broker-dealer and futures commission merchant.  As lead counsel, Steven advises the firm, and senior management, on a wide variety of legal matters.  He also directly handles arbitrations, reparations and regulatory inquires, and manages the AML and fraud prevention groups.

Between 1988 and 2005, Steven worked in-house with PaineWebber/UBS, first as a litigator, and then as supervisor of the retail division counsel group.  Steven is a past president of the Florida Securities Dealers Association, a non-profit organization that represents the securities industry’s interests in Tallahassee and educates the public on fraud awareness and prevention.

Steven is rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell, is a Florida Supreme Court-certified mediator for civil and county court matters, and he also serves as a FINRA arbitrator.  In addition to holding law licenses in Florida and Georgia (inactive), Steven holds numerous industry licenses.  He received his BA in 1980 and JD in 1983 from Tulane University.

Steven’s oldest son, John Ryan, is a survivor of a very rare childhood cancer.  While John Ryan is a success story, he still had to undergo the rigors of aggressive chemotherapy, almost dying of septicemia in the process.  As President of the TEG Foundation, Steven is committed to helping fund research projects, like those sponsored by I Care ICure, which are designed to find gentler treatments for innocent children who are stricken with cancer.

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