Attorney Jeremy Goldstein is worth his weight in gold. This phenomenal lawyer has a unique way of getting things done in the boardroom. Goldstein earns a living because he has been well-trained in a number of subjects. His list of accomplishments includes an M.A. from the University of Chicago and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. In addition to that, he attained a B.A. cum laude from Cornel University. All of this training and education has led to a very successful career in law. Advisory services is what he technically specializes in. Some of the top management teams, CEOs and corporations have worked closely with Jeremy Goldstein. Being a part of large transactions is also no exception to the rule for this fellow. In the past decade, Goldstein has participated in some of America’s biggest corporate transaction. This includes working with:

 

  • Goldman Sachs

 

  • AT&T Corporation

 

  • Duke Energy

 

  • Verizon Wireless

 

  • Sears Roebuck

 

  • South African Breweries

 

  • Bank of America

 

  • Merck

 

  • Miller Brewing Company

 

  • Philips Petroleum Company

 

  • And more

 

 

Supporting people who struggle with mental disabilities is another one of his passions. In some way, Goldstein is a jack of all trades kind of guy. Working on Fountain House’s Board of Directors has led him to change the lives of many deserving individuals. By working for Fountain House, he has personally affected mental-illness patients in a number of ways, and this is a good thing. Fountain House is a nonprofit organization that was started back in 1944. A group of individuals who were patients at Rockland State Hospital actually founded the organization.

 

Hosting wine dinners has definitely been a blessing for Fountain House because these exceptional events have raised copious amounts of capital. Jeremy Goldstein has used his business-savvy sense and personal connections to network with high-profile individuals. Ticket prices for his wine dinner on May 21, 2019, was estimated at $5,000. This capital has gone on to serve Fountain house in a myriad of ways.

 

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