Bryan Zaslow is a 39 year-old entrepreneur, philanthropist, athlete and lawyer living in New York City. Bryan has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the JBC Companies (JBCStyle; JBCconnect; JBCPlatform and Janou Pakter) since founding the JBC group in January 2006.
Outside of the office, Bryan is founder and Chairman of the Ira Zaslow Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-for-profit Foundation created in honor of his father who was killed in the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 and sits on the boards of several consumer goods companies across the US.
Prior to JBC, Bryan was AGC (Associate General Counsel) and CCO (Chief Compliance Officer) of GlobeOp Financial Services and prior to GlobeOp, Compliance Officer for UBS (United Bank of Switzerland), where he was responsible for the surveillance of the firms Wrap Fee, Mutual Fund and Insurance Annuity Business.
Bryan received his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School class of 2000 and his Business Degree in Finance and Marketing from the University at Albany School of Business in 1997. During College, Bryan worked with several classmates to successfully launch a small business that is today a publicly traded company called Student Advantage. The Student Advantage Card is the nation's largest student discount program good for discounts of up to 50% at more than 15,000 locations around campus, online and across the country.
Since November of 2001, Bryan has completed ten marathon races in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Supported by a group of friends and colleagues who run beside him, he has raised tens of thousands of dollars under Team IRA and for the Ira Zaslow Foundation.
Bryan, originally from Long Islands South Shore town of North Woodmere, lives with his wife Lori, their son Ithan (named after Ira Zaslow), their daughter Dylan and their dogs Pax and Rylee on Manhattan's upper east side.