Steven Eiselen resides in New Hyde Park and carries over 6 years experience in the civic, political and business sectors. Academically at Nassau Community College he served as Vice President of both the Wall Street Society and Political Science Organization, the Political Science Editor of the college newspaper and was the cofounder and charter Secretary of the Entrepreneurship Society. At Baruch College he co-founded and became charter Vice President of its Entrepreneurship Society.
Professionally he dabbled in the Real Estate and Mortgage businesses briefly and in 2009 obtained his Series 7 and 63 licenses and worked for several months in the financial sector as a stockbroker. In spring 2010 he switched career goals back into his longtime passion of entrepreneurship, architectural design and software development where he remains self employed today.
He was involved with the World Trade Center Redevelopment, advocating rebuilding new and better Twin Towers and affiliated with several nonprofit campaigns along the way; himself developing several redevelopment proposals and the international ‘One Million Strong for New Twin Towers’ Facebook grassroots advocacy campaign.
In the Long Island region he served two terms as Community Development Vice President of the Long Island Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is also a published and active proponent for the future of Long Island, appearing in WLIW21’s ‘Leaving Long Island’, Newsday, Anton Newspapers, Long Island Business News and other publications.