Bio: Dan Schneider is the Executive Director of the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation (“Flobel”). Founded in 2003, Flobel is a non-profit whose mission is to connect people, so they can share information and empower each generation to teach the others. Dan has produced benefit concerts and fundraising events for such causes as 9/11 first responders, Hurricane Sandy victims, Help Haiti following earthquakes, The Actors’ Temple, Max’s Kansas City Project, and the TJ Martell Foundation. Dan produced the sold-out benefit concerts Celebrating David Bowie at The Roxy in LA, and The Regency Ballroom in the Bay Area. The Bowie Celebrations were by advisor Angelo "Scrote" Bundini with performances by Gary Oldman, Ewen MacGregor, Seal, Jerry Harrison, Mike Garson, and members of David Bowie's original bands. Over the past 13 years, Dan has produced seminars for Industry and Community Leaders under the Flobel banner for Digital Marketing, Branding, Best Practices for Documentary Films, Social Media Marketing, Yoga, Meditation and Wellness, Reg CF CrowdFunding, NFT's and Blockchain Technology, SubChapter 5 of Chapter 11 for Small Businesses, A Green New Future, College Life to Real Life, Conflict Resolution, Using LinkedIn Like a Pro, Best Practices for Resumes, Best Practices for Interviews, Sage Advice, Still New York, Mendez SoHo Salons, On The Couch, The Silver Fox Summit (6 panels at MacCauley Honors College on Senior Entrepreneurship), New Technologies for the Recording Studio, DIY Marketing for the Music Industry and others. Dan is an attorney practicing entertainment, corporate, new media, intellectual property, and real property law in Manhattan NY. A graduate of Vassar College (AB, Evans Fellow in Law) and Emory Law School (JD, Emory Scholar). He is admitted to the New York bar and is a retired member of the Georgia bar. He is admitted to U.S. District Court (Southern District, NY). He is a member of the NYS Bar Association, the California Copyright Conference, the NY Vassar Club, and the Dramatists Guild Dan has served as a member of numerous non-profit boards, including The America The Beautiful Fund, The Creative Music Foundation, The Giulio Gari Foundation, the Woodstock Youth Theatre, Hudson Valley Technology and Commerce, the Woodstock Library Board, the Woodstock Democratic Committee, the All Rockaway Planning Council, and others.
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