Bruderman, whose investments span a range of industries, spoke about his recent foray into public service
— Tony DiSanto former president of MTV
NEW YORK, NY, USA, Sept. 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist Matthew J. Bruderman gave a rare interview for the cover story of Social Life Magazine’s September issue. Showcasing his laid-back style wearing a blue polo shirt, dress shirt, khakis and Vans on a boat in Center Island, the businessman discussed the family heritage and personal philosophy that led to his success with editor-in-chief Christine Montanti. Bruderman, whose investments span a range of industries, also spoke about his recent foray into public service.
“Talking about me doesn’t come naturally to me,” Bruderman, 50, says of the cover. “I’ve been quite a reserved person, but I think at a time of economic uncertainty and division in the country, maybe I can help by discussing my personal philosophy and how I believe we can all move forward.I appreciated the opportunity to speak with Social Life and was honored to be chosen for this month’s cover.
For five generations, the Bruderman family has advised some of the world’s most important institutions and wealthy individuals. They have also invested their own resources to establish businesses ranging from clothing to healthcare. Today, Bruderman is the controlling shareholder of more than 80 companies and has extended its influence to entertainment. In 2018, Bruderman co-founded Allyance Media Group with former MTV president and prolific producer Tony DiSanto. The company produces, among a wide range of content, “Selling the Hamptons,” which is currently filming its second season for Discovery+.
DiSanto recalls, “When I was looking to start a new media content business, I needed someone who could approach the business side of things with the same original thinking and philosophy that I wanted to bring to the creative side. Matt is a brilliant businessman with great creative instincts. It’s his secret weapon and it gives our team the competitive edge we need in an ever-changing media landscape.
Bruderman’s most recent project is as chairman of the board of directors at Nassau University Medical Center, where he works to strengthen Long Island’s only safety-net hospital that serves those who otherwise could not. not afford medical care.
His passion for business and philanthropy recently shifted to politics as he began supporting people who share his vision of tackling societal challenges from the bottom up, rather than top-down solutions.
Christine Montanti Public Relations
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