Richard Maize is a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and real estate investor. He is a philanthropist based in Los Angeles who works with a variety of nonprofit and philanthropic groups that support youth development, family assistance, social welfare, and culture and the arts. Richard graduated from California State College, Northridge, with a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
He is a highly successful real estate investor who, at the age of 30, had acquired 1,000 apartment units and today owns property in 20 states. Among other things, he is currently a partner in a distressed assets enterprise, an investor in a local food truck firm, and a partner in an internet public relations agency. He had always been drawn to the entrepreneurial side of things and so knew what he wanted to do with his life. For more than three decades, he has worked as an entrepreneur and a real estate investor. He has helped a lot of new investors by providing financial and real estate advice and directing them in the proper direction. He’s also a partner in a local food truck business, as well as a number of other startups.
Richard and Rochelle Maize have two kids, Michele Boren and Ally Rosenthal, and they are happily married. Rochelle Maize is also a dedicated humanitarian who contributes to a variety of charitable issues and she also serves alongside Richard as the chief principal officer at the Rochelle and Richard Maize Foundation. The foundation earns funds and distributes them to a number of nonprofits, including youth advancement, environmental, and health projects. By supporting frequent clothing drives in the Los Angeles area, Rochelle and Richard Maize’s organization helps provide clean, warm, and work-appropriate clothing to people striving to put their lives back together while experiencing homelessness.
Richard has very strong ideals and feels that- “One of the best ways to grow a business and garner more success is by growing your own personal brand”.What distinguishes him is that, despite being the founder and owner of a multibillion-dollar organization, he never forgets his modest roots and desire to help people live better lives.