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Thomas McAlevey

World's Poorest Philanthropist
Palawan, Mimaropa, Philippines
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Thomas McAlevey

World's Poorest Philanthropist
Palawan, Mimaropa, Philippines
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Tom McAlevey is a man of many talents and accomplishments. Born in New York, he graduated with honors from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. In his early twenties, Tom embarked on a two-year journey that took him around the world on a motorcycle. A few years later, he was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him without his left arm. This did not deter him, though. His determination and resilience propelled him to achieve great things.

Tom is well known for founding the highly acclaimed Stockholm radio station, Bandit 105.5 The Rock Home of Stockholm, which he later sold to RTL. He also created two other radio networks, Radio Lapland, and Right On Radio, in addition to founding an interactive internet radio station, Tomsradio.com. In 2009, Tom completed an award-winning documentary film, "Adventuress Wanted," about his beach-buggy trip across Africa.

Tom has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is an expert mechanic, among other accomplishments. He is fluent in Swedish and street Spanish and has been featured in numerous TV, radio, and newspaper articles.

Currently, Tom is running Radical.FM, a music industry start-up. He is also the President of Pernilla.org, a non-profit organization, and was the former President of Right Arm Productions AB and Bandit Communications AB.

All in all, Tom is a natural leader, motivator, and negotiator, with a gift for public relations.

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