TLI Bedrock LLC
10 Grand Central Tower
New York, NY, 10017
Lawrence B. Benenson is dedicated to several charitable and educational institutions that are working to bring truth, fairness, creativity and logic to the world. Mr. Benenson is currently a member of the Board of the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center in the Bronx, The Lincoln Center Real Estate and Construction Council, Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Center for Arts Education, American Folk Art Museum, ART / OMI International Arts Center, The Realty Foundation of New York, New York Junior Tennis and Learning, Al Hirschfeld Foundation, Ad Reinhardt Foundation and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Lawrence Benenson supports organizations around the world focusing on reducing hunger, increasing reproductive rights, safeguarding the environment, enhancing arts education, and housing the homeless.
Andrew Siegel currently manages TLI Bedrock. He is also Executive Chairman of 4Q Systems, an enterprise financial technology company. He was a Founding Partner of Advance Venture Partners, the investment fund of global media company Advance Publications, Inc. He joined Advance in 2010, and as Executive Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development, was responsible for growth initiatives at the holding company and its operating units including Conde Nast. Andrew joined Advance from Yahoo! Inc., where he led the digital media company’s corporate development team. He previously was an executive with General Electric and its financial arm GE Capital.
Clare McLaughlin manages private investments at TLI Bedrock. Clare is a multi-strategy investor with a focus on venture capital and early-stage venture capital funds. She holds deep expertise in material science, Web3, gaming, food, and agriculture. She currently serves on several boards including Stopwatch, OrthoFX, Dot Dot Dot Media and The Gaming Society. Her portfolio includes EPIC Games, Divergent Capital, Insitro, MUUS Capital, MycoTechnology and ReThink Food. She is a graduate of Columbia University, University of London and Columbia Business School.
The Lawrence B. and Elyse Benenson Charitarian Fund believes that people who have more ought to help people who have less. When charity flourishes, human suffering is alleviated. The Charitarian Fund promotes, engenders, and spreads good thinking and direct action by funding educational, environmental, artistic and community empowerment organizations that actually help people.
The following portfolio is representative of the Fund’s private market venture investments.
TLI Bedrock is a multi-strategy fund that invests across sector and industry. It seeks high returns by backing innovative projects, responsible companies who think broadly about customer, employee and community needs, and sustainable approaches to commerce. TLI stands for trust, loyalty, integrity and serves as a guiding principle for the fund.