In 2008, I founded Jackson Steiner, a small alternative asset and distressed real estate investment fund. When residential real estate markets bottomed in the US in 2009, I led a number of successful investment initiatives in Florida, Nevada, and New York.
Since the beginning of 2015, I work with entrepreneurs, tech startups, and established organizations to help them bring new ideas to life and develop high-level narratives that drive success in their strategic positioning, branding, marketing, and fundraising. I’m also an external advisor to two US law firms and general partners in various private investment funds.
Over the years, I have authored several articles, white papers, and other publications on entrepreneurship, private equity, and economic issues, some of which were featured on Bloomberg Business Week, Fast Company, JD Supra, and Thomson Reuters.
Whenever I’m not working, you will likely find me riding my motorcycle. It’s perfect for beating traffic in busy city centers, but even when I have to travel long distances, I often use my bike. On my motorcycle I’m out in the open. I can feel, smell and breath-in the land as I’m cruising by. It has a calming, almost therapeutic effect on me. To me, it’s no longer about getting to my destination. Getting there is often the best part of my trip.