The President of Global Ventures, LLC. is Todd Lubar. He
is also the Senior Vice President of Legendary Investments. From 1977 to 1987,
he went to Sidwell Friends School located in Washington DC. Later, he went to
The Peddie School, Hightstown in New Jersey. After that, he went to Syracuse
University where he acquired a B.A. degree in Speech Communications in 1995. He
began his professional career by joining Crestar Mortgage Corporation and continued
working there until 1999. After that, he joined Legacy Financial Group. It was
an Arlington-based group that needed to establish its Maryland office for a
huge amount of financial management. Lubar continued working with Legacy Group
until 2005. The same year he joined Charter Funding as Senior Vice President.
Charter Funding is a division of Arizona-based First Magnus Financial
Corporation. He worked there for two years. During that time, the mortgage industry was going through many ups
and downs. It was surprising for many people that he decided to go to Priority
Financial services to buy money mortgage origination.
The primary focus of Tod Lubar during his entire career
was mortgage banking. However, he was also involved in several companies of
demolition sector, real estate development, recycling industry, and night club
business. For many years, Lubar was
Due to his versatile experience in many industries, he learned how to run a
business and how to be successful in any situation. Now, he has also entered
another industry which is about helping the needy people. He is also serving as
the President of TDL Ventures.
He lives in Bethesda,
Maryland with his two beautiful children. His favorite place is Orange County,
California. His favorite activities after work are
traveling and spending time with his children. When asked about his plans for
the future, he said that he wants to be a person than he is. He also wants to
add value to everything he interacts with in his life. One of the reasons he chose to finance
and Real Estate was his inner desire to help other people.