Tom Bibiyan Elected to County Council 

 Famed prouder Tom Bibiyan has formally been elected to the County Council for the 26th State Senate District of California. 

“Thank you to everyone in the Green Party for helping make this happen. Serving the community and upholding green ideals will be a priority.” 

Mr. Bibiyan has a long and rich history in political activism. From leading the protest to the Iraq War/RNC in Union Square in 2004, to assisting the build up of the Occupy Movement from the outset in Washington DC. 

County Council members in Los Angeles County are elected from State Senate Districts by Green Party voters in the June presidential primary. The number of seats per district are proportional to the number of Greens from each district, compared to the entire county. 

Producer Thomas Bibiyan will donate a quarter of a million US dollars to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Famed Philanthropist and Executive Producer Thomas Bibiyan will donate a quarter of a million US dollars to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation to ring in the New Year, according to Young Entrepreneurs Weekly.

Young Entrepreneurs Weekly writes this past week;

Mr. Bibiyan is in the process of setting up a foundation to further enhance his philanthropic efforts thus far, with the end goal of bringing his business nuance to the realm of charitable organizations. The primary goal will be to tackle issues of international health, which according to Mr. Bibiyan, “still affect and impact us all”. When asked for further comment, Mr. Bibiyan issued the following statement through his publicist Mr. Henry Bragman:

“Noli tuba canere Eleemosynam. It’s a Latin expression, roughly translated to mean ‘one should not trumpet their charity’, and it is in this vein that I respectfully decline to comment further on any of my recent efforts and endeavors. Thank you for understanding and respecting my privacy.“

About The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation seeks to prevent pediatric HIV infection and to eradicate pediatric AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention and treatment programs.