As the Fountain House Hosted their annual Fall Fete Event the attending crowd grew excited. This event brings a vast array of professionals and those interested in learning more about mental illness. The aim is to arm the attendees with knowledge and wisdom to properly deal with mental health issues.
Every year the audience is filled with everyone from entry-level professionals to seasoned veterans in the mental health community. The bottom line is to gain an understanding of how to successfully work with those suffering. Currently there are 23 million Americans that suffer from mental illness that comes in many forms.
The last event was sponsored by Janseen Pharmaceuticals, Inc and co-sponsored by Lilly USA, LLC. Those overseeing the event included Bydie Bell, Jeremy Goldstein, Sarah Simmons Goldstein and many others.
The operating model implemented by the Fountain House has been reproduced and utilized in over 30 worldwide countries. Currently, it is being used in over 400 locations within those countries and caters to over 54,000 people. A large player in this implementation is Jeremy Goldstein.
Who is Jeremy Goldstein?
Mr. Goldstein attended New York University where he earned his J.D. He then went on to acquire a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.A. from the University of Chicago. His knowledge and work ethic has led to him becoming a highly sought-after attorney in regards to corporate affairs.
Jeremy Goldstein is current the sitting Charmian of Mergers and Acquisition Sub-committee of the American Bar Association Business Section (ABABS). He is also one of the members of the Professional Advisory Board of the NYU Journal of Law and Business. He contributes to the compensation, corporate governance and regulatory sector (Chambers USA Guide, The Legal 500, etc…) by speaking at events as well as writing articles on the subject.
Some of his most memorable accomplishments include taking part in:
*Bank of America and FleetBoston Financial Corp.
*NYSE Group Inc. And Euronext
*Goodrich and United Technologies
A man on the move that is not just working in the legal profession, but helping to make the world better. Mr. Goldstein once said, “There is no substitute for caring.” One thing is for sure keep your eye on Jeremy Goldstein because he is far from done.
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