Sam Tabars Creates a Better World
Only seventeen point five percent of people get into Oxford University in England. Sam Tabar was among that percentage in 1997. Since then he has gone on to Law school at Columbia University and has helped people with their Hedge funds. Here is a little more information about a man who is driven to change the world.
Sam is proud of his law degree and is a member of the New York Bar Association starting soon after he got his certification in 2002. His first job was at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, and Floam LLP and Affliates. He was a corporate attorney for the almost six years that he worked there. From there he became the managing director of Sparx Group, where he worked in his home base of New York as well as Tokyo and Hong Kong. During this time he was able to become functional at speaking Japanese in addition to English and French.
From there he became the Head of Capital Strategy at Merill Lynch, working between Hong Kong and New York helping investors become introduced to fund managers. His most recent change was moving over to Full Cycle Energy Fund where he is the Chief Operating Officer.
In this position, Tabar is looking forward to, “to partnering with our talented senior leadership team to deliver our mission of moving away from high cost, polluting fuels to lower cost and environmentally friendly fuels” (http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/fullcycle-energy-fund-names-sam-tabar-as-chief-operating-officer-300192714.html).
According to PR Newswire, Sam Tabar met the creators of SheTHINX at a time when he was not thinking about investing. Sam Tabar saw the company as being something that allowed others to think about their purchases and seeing that they had already had a successful kickstart campaign, he was excited to join in helping the women create their website and build their wholesale line.
Seeing that Sam Tabar started strong and is continuing that way instead of shying away from his goals in life means that he is someone to watch out for. He will be creating a better world for everyone- no matter if it is helping women in Africa be able to get out of the house during their cycle or helping to solve the energy crisis.