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Los Angeles, California, United States

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Mark Strome (born 20th century) is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the founder, chief investment officer and chairman of Strome Investment Management.


Early life and education

Born in New York, Strome grew up on his family's dairy farm in Warsaw, New York. In 1974, he graduated from Warsaw High School.

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Strome received a degree in civil engineering from Old Dominion University, and graduated with honors in 1978. Thereafter, he studied economics at University of California, Berkeley receiving his MA with honors. Strome was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in 1998 from Old Dominion University.


Following his academic success, Strome began his career in the investment management and the securities industry. Initially one of the founding partners at Kayne Anderson, Strome founded Strome Investment Management, where he became a notable pioneer in the hedge fund industry. For more than two decades, Strome invested internationally with a global macroeconomic focus, achieving worldwide success. Strome has additionally created and incubated numerous publicly traded companies and several successful significant private companies. In recent years this has included the founding of Pulse Biosystems, 2017's most successful public offering to date, Mireina, a Russian river artisan wine company. In 2017 he formed Reflexivity Entertainment, in partnership with successful film Executive/Producer Mimi Polk Gitlin, and Matthew Antoun founder of the innovative Concrete Media, to create original content for film and TV.


The Strome Family Foundation was established in 1993 to support community programs addressing local needs to larger global issues, primarily in education, the arts and medical research. His philanthropic investments are made with the same strategy and expectations as venture donors seeking measurable results.

Strome donated $4 million to Johns Hopkins for hematological research in 2006.

In September 2014, the foundation pledged $11 million to endow the Strome Entrepreneurial Center at Old Dominion University, in support of a new, multi-pronged program to nurture business entrepreneurs. The program encourages a formal way of linking mentors with promising students.

Strome continues to personally mentor emerging entrepreneurs in the Los Angeles area.

Personal life

Strome has four sons and one daughter, and lives in Malibu, California.


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