Mr. Bass has a long and distinguished career in executive advisory services, education and management. He is currently CEO of Executive Strategies Group LLC, a strategic business advisory firm serving corporate executives and boards of directors. He a Nassau County Planning Commissioner, a former Trustee of the Incorporated Village of Great Neck, New York and also served on the Planning Board and Board of Zoning Appeals. Mr. Bass was Principal in Charge of the Strategic Business Planning and Advisory Services practice at Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP with offices in Garden City and Manhattan. He was also associated with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Long Island Capital Alliance and founder of the Long Island Capital Forum. Connecting capital to companies for 32 years. He was called upon to lead major business conferences for the Securities and Exchange Commission, United States Department of Commerce, New York Chamber of Commerce, Hauppauge Industrial Association, American Society for Public Administration, International City Management Association, New York Council of Mayors and Inc. Magazine to name a few. In 1995 he was named to the White House Conference on Small Business; Chaired the Committees on Capital Formation for the New York State and Northeast Region. Mr. Bass has also been a Director of the Long Island City Business Development Corporation. He was an Associate Trustee of the North Shore-LIJ Health System (Now Northwell) and a Board member of the Feinstein Medical Research Institute. A past President of the Board of Governors of the American Jewish Committee Long Island Chapter, a member of the Long Island Cabinet of the State of Israel Bonds and a founder of the Great Neck Arts Center. Mr. Bass is the author of numerous articles and sections of books on strategic planning and budgeting. He is frequently quoted in local and national business media. He has taught Public Administration and Public Finance at Queens College as well as Entrepreneurial Management. He holds a Masters in Public Administration from New York University and a Masters in Urban Studies/Planning from the City University of New York.
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