Sam Tabar has had a rather prolific career, and it isn’t anywhere near completion. However, he has spent much of his most recent professional life working with not profit organizations and raising money for Go Fund Me campaigns. Like any other professional though he did not simply start out on top. He had to work his way up. Understanding where he came from and what he has gone through to make it this far is important for anyone who wants to follow in his footsteps.
He started his initial education in the UK by studying at the University of Oxford. While attending the school he took part in several additional activities, including rowing and ballroom dancing. After his graduation in 2000, he went to Columbia University and obtain a Master’s degree in law, graduating in 2001. In February 2002, he received hi New York Bar Association certification.
After finishing his schooling (yet while still studying for the bar) he started work for Sadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Floam LLP in New York. He works here for nearly six years before becoming the managing director for Sparx Group. He spent time in both New York and Hong Kong working as a business strategy and development professional, helping the company raise money while also offering legal counsel. During this time, he worked for four years up though 2011. After finishing his time with Sparx Group, he moved on to Merrill Lynch to become the Director, Head of Capital Strategy. While with this position he continued his Hong Kong and New York working schedule. With the financial company he helped find investors and introduced them to fund managers. Essentially, he did the ground work and served as the middle man between investors and those seeking financial influx into the company.
He stayed with Merrill Lynch for just under two years before taking an extended break from the financial and legal world. During this time, he worked on his own projects and helped create the different financial philanthropy projects. Eventually, Sam Tabar came back to work in 2015 for FullCycleFund where he became the COO. In this position he became responsible for the raising of money while also offering legal assistance and helping with tax matters. In 2016, he took on an additional title of CFO for Awearable Apparel, which is based out of New York City. All of this is helping individuals around the world.