Nov. 2, 2020

Steven Goldstein | How the Most Powerful People from Washington to Wall Street to Hollywood Make Us Like Them

Steven Goldstein | How the Most Powerful People from Washington to Wall Street to Hollywood Make Us Like Them

Steven Goldstein shares his insightful story from childhood to activism as well as the interesting ways in which the powerful make us like them. Steven is a civil rights activist and an author who worked as a TV news producer before becoming a producer...


Steven Goldstein shares his insightful story from childhood to activism as well as the interesting ways in which the powerful make us like them. Steven is a civil rights activist and an author who worked as a TV news producer before becoming a producer for Oprah Winfrey.

 

Steven Goldstein is the author of The Turn-On available now | https://harpercollins.com/products/the-turn-on-steven-goldstein

 

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Steven Goldstein

Steven Goldstein is a civil rights leader who began his career as a television news producer, winning ten Emmys, before becoming a producer for Oprah Winfrey. He worked as a lawyer for the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, and as a communications director in the U.S. Senate, before becoming a strategist for leaders in politics, business, and entertainment.