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Timothy Coleman


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72


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Timothy Coleman


Gender: Male

Address: Lives and/or works in 
Stamford, CT
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Stocks to watch when Timothy Coleman is in the news:
Blackstone Group (BX)


Politics: Coleman is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.  

College: Coleman received a BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MBA from the University of Southern California.

Timothy Coleman current relationships:

Timothy Coleman past relationships:

Other activities & connections:
inMotion, Teach for America New York, Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital Council
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Bloomberg

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Contributor on Dem-Rep spectrum
Timothy Coleman campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Cory Booker for Senate - $5,200 on 2/10/2014
Cory Booker for Senate - $5,200 on 2/10/2014
Democratic National Committee - $25,800 on 5/16/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 8/2/2011
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 7/11/2011


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