About the Author
P aul Kaplan writes under 3 series: Cultural Guides, Social History & Biographies, and Business Technology Marketing with 7 published books from History Press, Pelican, and Quill Driver Books. He has given over 70 talks globally for venues including the clubs of Harvard, Yale, Nassau Club of Princeton, Union League, Society for Mechanics & Tradesmen, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, Montauk Club, historic libraries and associations, schools, businesses, and private events. He has been featured on CBS Miami, PBS, New York Press, Amsterdam New York, Princeton Magazine and numerous radio shows including Writer’s Voice and America’s Dining and Travel. He also writes book reviews and essays, some of which have been published in Harvard Review.
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 all 50 US states. Kaplan has worked in Marketing for over 20 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.