LOS ANGELES, August 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- He's got creativity in his DNA. From the age of twenty one Thomas Allen Bibiyan knew he was going to break in as a mainstream Hollywood producer. Now that he's set his sights on this goal, he's already thinking about what to do with his spare retirement time. Too soon, you might say? Then consider this; before turning thirty he's managed to corral his enormous family to newly launch an International Philanthropic Foundation for causes his grandfather (which the Foundation has been named In Memory Of) deemed valuable. Of Persian-Jewish descent Tom Bibiyan is cut from the same cloth as high profile Iranian Media Magnates of Jaam-e-Jam fame. He sees this recent step as a fulfillment of both his dreams and longstanding passions.
Thomas Allen Bibiyan is currently only twenty eight years of age, but has successfully consulted for over 100 publicly listed companies across the United States and Canada. His roster to date includes companies from the NASDAQ, AMEX(American Stock Exchange), and OTCBB(Over The Counter) exchanges. From United States Defense Contractors to International Gold Mining corporations, Mr. Bibiyan has effectively advised companies from a multitude of varying industries with grace and professionalism.
Also a staunch supporter of the arts and innovation, Thomas Allen Bibiyan has recently produced unique content including short films, documentaries, and high quality webisodes. Having produced several projects by his mid-twenties, Tom Bibiyan is proud to have already collaborated on projects with A-List artists and actors such as Seth Green, Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Keri Hilson, and Danny Devito. Thomas Bibiyan has also worked closely with Sundance Film Festival Nominees and Finalists, along with Television Casting Directors and Producers from shows such as Fear Factor, Bridezillas, LA Ink, Two and a Half Men, and the Big Bang Theory.
Going forward, Mr. Bibiyan would like to use his free time to further the efforts of the Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation. "If you were to ask me, I'd say the show on cable got the name wrong. It should really be 'Keeping Up With the Bibiyans' seeing as how many of my cousins are out there making good things happen now." It is Mr. Bibiyan's fervent wish that the foundation carry on the legacy of his compassionate grandfather, and the dream he had of active community support for underprivileged youth.
The BFPF Award for Social Good will be awarded annually to Social Media and High Tech companies that manage to leverage the social web and new media to effectively bring about meaningful change via charitable causes or other non-profit means. Companies interested in applying for consideration may visit Bibiyan.com for further information.
Media Contact: Henry Braghman Bibiyan Family Philanthropic Foundation, 714-829-7455, [email protected]
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