Prior to co-founding Tyga-Box Systems, Marty was senior tax accountant at the NYC law firm of Schulte Roth & Zabel, specializing in estate and gift planning and international grant making. His grant making work involved resolving legal issues that paved the way to provide funding for victims of rape and genocide in Bosnia, the opening of the first free reading libraries in China and dissemination of news to the Russian public during the collapse of the Soviet Union.
In the early stage of personal computers, Marty contributed to developing one of the first estate planning software applications, and co-authored several published articles on trust and estate planning and charitable giving. Marty is past President of a financially-challenged Manhattan cooperative apartment building, where he led directors and shareholders through a major capital improvement project and a restructuring of the building’s finances, thereby avoiding imminent bankruptcy and loss of shareholder equity in their homes. That experience led to the founding of Tyga-Box Systems.