Christopher Terry IM Mastery Academy Co-Founder gives back to the community in a big way through his organization, CTF Global LLC. Terry puts his money where his mouth is and offers not just financial support but also vital technical assistance to local community centers. He hopes to make a huge impact on the lives of those he helps, by facilitating a seamless circle from education to business and back again.
Christopher Terry IM Mastery Academy is an American businessman and investor who started turning paper money into gold at age 5. Now, at the age of 36, Christopher has founded more than 100 companies creating over 250 products in plastics, packaging materials, machinery manufacturing and international trade out-of-home advertising among others.
Throughout his career, Terry has been recognized by Forbes as the youngest self-made billionaire in New York State, the youngest NYC Entrepreneur of the Year, and the youngest member elected to the board of directors of Dow Chemical. He currently makes his home in Long Island City, Queens.
Christopher Terry IM Mastery Academy is married to CTF Global LLC President Suzan Kubin and has three children. He spends his time looking for new investment opportunities, mentoring people to achieve their potential and serving as a board director for more than 15 companies.
The first major turning point in Christopher Terry’s life came when he was five years old. Terry and his family lived in an apartment building in New York City where other children would play with him, but he found it difficult to make friends. He was too shy to ask them over to his house, so one day set up a lemonade stand on a street corner near the building and sold each of them a cup for 5 cents. The next day he did the same thing, but made 50 cents’ profit.
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