James Steinberg Biography, Age, Net worth, Family, Wife, Kids, Education, Obama Administration

James Steinberg Biography

James Steinberg is an American political advisor and former Deputy Secretary of State born on May 17, 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is the Professor of Social Science, International Affairs, and Law at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

James Steinberg Age

He was born on 7 May 1953 in Boston, MA. He is 70 years old as of 2023. He celebrates his birthday on May 7 every year.

James Steinberg Education

Steinberg attended Philips Academy in 1970. He joined Harvard College in 1973 and later went to Yale Law School in 1978. He served as the Senior Advisor in the Markle Foundation from (2000-2001) and was a member of the Markle Task Force on National Security in the Information Age.

James Steinberg Height |Weight

He stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.

James Steinberg Family

Steinberg was born to a Jewish family in Boston, Massachusetts

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James Steinberg Wife

Steinberg married Sherburne B. Abbot who is the vice president for sustainability initiatives and University Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy at Syracuse University. The couple were blessed with two children.

James Steinberg Kids

Steinberg has two daughters Jenna Steinberg and Emma Steinberg.

James Steinberg Obama Administration

Steinberg served as the principal author of Barack Obama’s address on the Middle East to AIPAC in June 2008, which was viewed as the Democratic Party nominee’s most expansive on international affairs he worked with Daniel Kurtzer and Dennis Ross. Steinberg was listed as the top most in the post of National Security Advisor in Obama’s list of Candidates. He was appointed as the Deputy Secretary of State by Hillary Clinton on November 24, 2008.

Steinberg as the Deputy Secretary of State and principal Deputy to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, notifiable coined the phrase “strategic reassurance” to describe the U.S. and China relations suggestive of the idea that the United States should reassure China about welcoming China’s rise while China would reassure the US and its neighbors that it would not conflict with their interests

James Steinberg Israel Strategic

Steinberg met with Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon in Washington, D.C. In October 2010 where they discussed the issue of improving regional security and stability by boosting and growing the already strong cooperation between their two nations. During the talks, they expressed their commitment to a lasting peace between Israel and its neighbors and their grave concern regarding Iran’s continuity the non-compliance with its international obligations through the pursuit of a military nuclear program.
They again met in Jerusalem where they took the opportunity to work together to identify the strategic threats in both countries in order to face the rapid change in the political situation between the Middle East and the ongoing Iranian nuclear program

James Steinberg School Deanship

He was named as the Dean of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He resigned on July 28, 2011, as the Deputy Secretary of State and assumed his new position. His term as dean ended in 2016.

James Steinberg Linkedin

The Northeastern University College of Business Internal Business Case Competition (IBCC) provides students the opportunity to hone their analytical, critical thinking, and presentation skills by taking their coursework from the classroom to a competitive arena. Northeastern University Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, Ray Kinnunen, has designed and developed the IBCC, modeled after the Business School Beanpot Case Competition held in Boston from 1997-2009 where Professor Kinnunen led Northeastern teams to victory 11 of the 13 years. Alumni say participating in this event has been a life-changing and inspired success in their future careers.

The IBCC expands the case competition to numerous students in the Northeastern community the opportunity to compete. Many competitors, though not all, enroll in Kinnuen’s Internal Case Competition Challenge course. The course is designed to take the student’s case-analysis skills, analytical skills, and knowledge of business to the next level and to provide an excellent bridge to the real world. The course comprises an internal College of Business Administration version of the annual Beanpot Business School Case Analysis Competition that utilizes the “Beanpot Way” of analyzing cases, preparing presentations, and working in teams. Students are placed on teams to prepare and analyze business cases based on real challenges facing existing companies.

Students are offered an opportunity to develop superior analytical, critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills to prepare them for real-world challenges. The goal of the course and the IBCC competition is to develop the skills that will benefit Northeastern University College of Business students throughout their academic and professional careers. The IBCC initiative also provides the opportunity for alumni to reconnect with the college and students while acting as judges for the competition.

James Steinberg Net worth

Steinberg has an estimated net worth of $800 million.

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