About the Author
Paul Kaplan writes critically acclaimed books in three series: Cultural Guides (Jewish New York: A History and Guide to Neighborhoods, Synagogues, & Eateries and a sequel for Jewish South Florida), Social History and Biography (Lillian Wald: America's Great Social and Healthcare Reformer and a children's book on Irving Berlin) and Business Marketing (Content Marketing for Success: Build Your Brand and Generate Leads). He has been featured on numerous radio shows, including Woodstock Booktalk, America's Dining & Travel, Let's Travel Radio and Writer's Voice. His books have been on PBS-WNET and CBS Miami. He's been featured in several newspapers and magazines, including the New York Press, Princeton Magazine, Amsterdam New York and Reminisce magazine. He gives book tours to numerous organizations at venues throughout the United States. Kaplan earned a BA in ethics, politics and economics from Yale College and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. Kaplan maintains a career as a marketing director for the publishing, technology, educational and financial industries. His website is paulkaplanauthor.com.