Jan 21 2018
Jewish South Florida: A Community Conversation wit...

Jewish South Florida: A Community Conversation wit...

Presented by History Fort Lauderdale at Fort Lauderdale History Center

Paul Kaplan’s fascination with travel and the history of places led him to pursue writing as an avenue through which to share cultural experiences and universal themes. He also writes about experiential travel encouraging readers to be inspired by unique and local places. He serves on the board of directors for the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, an organization focused on tours, educational programming and historic preservation. He has been featured on the front page of New York Press, the long-running radio show America’s Dining & Travel, the iconic African-American newspaper Amsterdam New York and Princeton Magazine.

He has an article in Reader’s Digest’s Reminisce magazine (1.5 million subscribers). He also has helped produce and been interviewed on Let’s Travel, a radio show on public radio. He has spoken at prestigious venues including the Museum at Eldridge Street, the New York Public Library, New York University, the Jewish Community Center of New York as well as at a score of private, paid speaking events.

He is currently touring the US giving speeches and book signings. He earned a BA in Ethics, Politics, and Economics from Yale College and an MBA from Yale School of Management. He enjoys traveling, having visited six continents and 46 states. Kaplan has worked in Marketing for over 15 years focused on content marketing/thought leadership, digital media and product strategy for publishing, financial and technology companies including Reader’s Digest, Barnes & Noble, American Express, McGraw-Hill, and Broadridge Financial Solutions.

Future books include a travel book on South Florida (Pelican), a biography on social reformers at the Visiting Nurse Service from the late 19th century (Pelican), and a business book on content marketing (Quill Driver Books).

 

Admission Info

Free with general museum admission.

Phone: (954) 463-4431

Email: tchadwick@flhc.org

Dates & Times

2018/01/21 - 2018/01/21

Location Info

Fort Lauderdale History Center

219 Southwest Second Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301