Marquis Who's Who Millennium Magazine

460 MILLENNIUM S usan Gitelson is an executive who has led a distinguished career in academia, international consulting and entrepreneurial business. She is the author of “Giving Is Not Just for the Very Rich: AHow- to Guide for Giving and Philanthropy,” and has had books and articles published on four continents. The former co-chair of the Dean’s Council of the Columbia School of International &Public Affairs (SIPA), she has also served on the boards of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, the Center for the Study of the Presidency, the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem, theTruman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the HebrewUniversity, and Sutton Place Synagogue. She received a B.A. fromBarnard College and anM.A. and Ph.D. fromColumbia University, subsequently becoming a professor of international relations at the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem. Dr. Gitelson received the Columbia University Alumni Medal for Distinguished Service, a special Columbia SIPA Outstanding Service Award and an honorary degree from the HebrewUniversity. She endowed her Dr. Susan Aurelia Gitelson Award for “Human Values in International Affairs” at Columbia SIPA and founded the Gitelson Peace Prize (now theTruman Peace Prize) at theTruman Institute. T o be successful, one should be well- rounded and driven. This can be said for Hal M. Goldblatt, who has mastered his experience in management, accounting, writing and photography. Over the course of his professional career, he has managed several accounting and construction companies as chief financial officer, controller and budget manager. As a photographer, Mr. Goldblatt has achieved an extensive collection of prize winning work that includes images of various people and events dating back to the late 1970s. In addition to his photos, Mr. Goldblatt has written three books: “Anger – A Practical Guide to Anger Management,” “Sara – A Tormented Soul” and “The ‘Tis Bottle.” He has received various awards for his photography and service to his community. One of Mr. Goldblatt’s biggest accomplishments is founding Jews for Judaism alongside his wife, a nonprofit religious organization to counter Christian missionaries’ intent to convert people of the Jewish faith. He also serves as director of security for Chabad of Southern Nevada and the Desert Torah Academy Day School. Susan Aurelia Gitelson, PhD President MTIIC Corporation, International Consultants, Inc. New York, NY Hal M. Goldblatt Chief Financial Officer, Photographer, Writer Goldblatt, Inc. Las Vegas, NV