Equally passionate about business and philanthropy, Elliott Broidy is a self-made investor who has quietly supported numerous businesses and charitable organizations over a career of 30 years. He founded Broidy Capital Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm, in 1991 and remains chief executive officer. Broidy Capital Management specializes in both public equities and direct private equity investing, with a particular emphasis on supporting Southern California-based enterprises.
From a military family, Broidy supports several organizations serving the U.S. military and veterans, including the Medal of Honor Foundation and the Wounded Warriors Project. He also recently founded Hounds for Heroes of Los Angeles, which provides specially trained service dogs to returning active-duty veterans.
Broidy has also held positions on the boards of multiple charitable and educational organizations, including Aviva, the California-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Everychild Foundation, Hebrew Union College, the Los Angeles Police Foundation, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, TOMCAR, the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
In addition, Broidy has served on the United States Homeland Security Advisory Council (appointed by Secretary Michael Chertoff) and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. In 2008, he received the prestigious Raoul Wallenberg Award for his work in Israel during the Second Intifada.
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