As a Member of Fountain House’s Associate Committee, Jeremy Goldstein Helps People Attain Their Goals

Because of his work in assisting companies with corporate mergers, people living in and around the New York area might have heard of Jeremy Goldstein. Although Mr. Goldstein is a well-known corporate attorney he is also an active supporter of Fountain House. As part of this organization’s Associate Committee, Mr. Goldstein was one of the chairs who helped orchestrate Fountain House’s annual Fall Fete. This annual event is held as a way of acknowledging the achievements accomplished by those individuals Fountain House has helped. Fountain House helps transition adults with mental health issues into becoming contributing members of their communities.

 

The program presented at their annual Fall Fete highlighted a scholarship fund established in part by Jeremy Goldstein. Mr. Goldstein commented on his participation by stating that as part of Fountain House’s Associate Committee he and others like him, have seen how the work being done on behalf of adults with mental illness has positively impacted their lives. The Associate Scholarship Award Fund has been able to assist two individuals each year in obtaining their goals. Helping people attain their goals is something Jeremy Goldstein has been doing for most of his legal career.

 

As someone who worked closely with heads of companies undergoing changes through mergers and acquisitions, Mr. Goldstein saw the need to address the concerns these individuals had on a larger scale. He did this by creating his own legal firm of Jeremy Goldstein and Associates. He and his team provide viable solutions to companies in need of answers. He is pleased to see many changes taking place in the area of corporate governance in regards to executive compensation. He believes these changes make for a more stable environment where corporate heads are able to focus on performance rather than on the rules of best practice for executive compensation.

 

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