In today’s episode, Mary speaks with New Jersey-based education consultant and K-16 expert, Lew Goldstein.
Mary discusses how Lew’s wide-range of professional experiences – journalist, teacher, college educator, and public administrator – led him to a 19-year career as assistant superintendent of the Princeton, NJ school district. Lew discusses the positive impact of this role and how it enabled connection with thousands of students, families, and teachers.
Lew’s diverse experiences created an unexpected path and led to a successful and rewarding career. He and Mary discuss how a growth mindset plays a key role in welcoming new opportunities.
Lew currently works as an educational consultant in a high-special needs school district in NJ. He is founder and festival chair of the Nassau Film Festival, the Cranford Film Festival and hosts two NJ-based television programs, Focus On and HealthWatch. You can find Lew on LinkedIn.
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