Author Paul Kaplan has seven past and forthcoming books including a cultural guide to the history of Jewish New York, a sequel cultural guide for Jewish South Florida, a biography on Lillian Wald, the founder of the Visiting Nurse Service, and forthcoming books on the Progressive Era (1890-1920) in New York, a biography on the composer Irving Berlin, and a business marketing book. He has given about 55 book talks at clubs (Harvard, Yale, Princeton clubs), the Union League, museums, community centers, bookstores, libraries, and private events around the US. He’s been featured in media including New York Press, Amsterdam New York, Princeton Magazine, and radio shows including America’s Dining & Travel, Woodstock Book Talk, Writer’s Voice, Gordon in the Morning and Let’s Go Travel. He earned a BA in Ethics, Politics, and Economics from Yale College and an MBA from Yale School of Management. He works full time as a Marketing Director for an education technology company.