Todd Leebow is President and CEO of Majestic Steel USA, a privately-held, family-owned American business which distributes and processes flat-rolled steel. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Majestic services diverse customers in construction, manufacturing and distribution throughout North America.
In addition to leading Majestic Steel USA, Leebow has also founded and launched several businesses through his holding company, Majestic Universe Ventures and Investments (MUVI). MUVI operates a diversified portfolio of businesses including Felux, a transformative technology platform for the industrial market; Kind of One Concepts, a hospitality group that owns and operates restaurants; Bond Street Group, a real estate development and investment company; and Majestic Dynasty Investment Group, an investment vehicle for the holding company and other portfolio businesses. Majestic Universe imagines and incubates businesses with purpose and passion for profit.
A vocal proponent of American production and manufacturing, Leebow believes in fair trade and prioritizing domestic industry. In 2017, he successfully advocated on behalf of the steel industry for the application of Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 to imports of steel. Under his leadership, Majestic has purchased over 95% of its steel from U.S. producers despite the financial incentive to import cheaper products. Most recently, Leebow has advocated for reshoring manufacturing and increasing supply chain reliability to strengthen the American economy and to protect the health and security of the American people.
Leebow was born and raised in Northeast Ohio. Following his graduation from Orange public schools in Cleveland, he studied business and entrepreneurship at the University of Miami, in Florida. Leebow is an active leader in the domestic steel industry. He is also a philanthropist in the Cleveland area, and he was recognized as a 2019 recipient of the Values-in-Action Foundation's Sam Miller Goodness Award for contributions and service to the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland.