• Techer for GAP YEAR students in Bet Shemesh, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
  • Experienced public speaker for young adults, adults, seniors
  • Lecturer and seminar leader

Subjects for Classes and Lectures Include 

  • Business Management and Marketing
  • Innovation and Startups
  • Nonprofit Agency Development
  • Middle East Politics
  • Modern Zionism
  • Jewish Community Relations

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Brief Bio for Harold Goldmeier

Currently, Harold is Managing Partner of an investment firm, a consultant to firms in commerce and industry, writer, and public speaker on public policy issues. He was a Research and Teaching Fellow at Harvard earning a doctorate.

He teaches Mid-East Politics, Business Management & Marketing, Modern Zionism & Values & Ethics courses to international university students in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Harold is a writer for GreenPoint Global and Seeking Alpha both international firms specializing in topics about healthcare & medicine, business management & investment, marketing & culture, and the publishing industry.

Dr. Goldmeier received the Governor’s Award (Illinois) for family investment programs in the workplace from the Com. on the Status of Women. His first book is HEALTHCARE INSIGHTS: BETTER CARE BETTER BUSINESS.  He worked in the administrations of four Governors on education, juvenile justice, and public health issues, immigration, and adoption.

Harold was Exec Dir of the Massachusetts Com for Children & Youth under two governors. He Chaired the Workforce Youth Council for Mayor Daley distributing up to $30m per year.  Dr. Goldmeier served as Program Evaluator on Maternal and Child Health for the U. S. Surgeon General and Kennedy Foundation-Special Olympics. He served as Board member of All-American Bank. He built a private company with 70 employees and sold it.

His e-book Healthcare Insights: Better Care Better Business is available on Amazon. His articles and book reviews appear on Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, The Jerusalem Post, Seeking Alpha, financial website, Life in Israel, Arutz Sheva, and Times of Israel. He was a correspondent for the Atlanta Jewish Times. Harold contributed a series of articles in the Gale Business Insights Handbook of Investment Research (2013).


                                                                                                                                  In Israel. 050 2619116

Internat’l 720-538-5044