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educator , Organization administrator , financial consultant , merchant banker

Arthur Goldberg, American non-profit organization administrator, merchant banker, financial consultant, educator.


Goldberg, Arthur was born on November 25, 1940 in Jersey City. Son of Jack Geddy and Ida (Steinberg) Goldberg.


AB with honors, American University, 1962. Juris Doctor, Cornell University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Natchez College, 1992.

HHD (honorary), Natchez College, 1992.


Intern, staff member to senator, 1962. Law clerk DeSevo & Cerutti, Jersey City, 1964. Private practice, 1965-1989.

Assistant professor law University Connecticut School Law., 1965-1967. Cooperating attorney National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense Fund, 1965-1972. Administrative assistant to congressman Ohio, 1966-1967.

Deputy attorney general New Jersey, counsel Department Community Affairs and Housing Finance Agency, 1967-1970. Executive vice president, director, manager municipal finance department Matthews & Wright, Incorporated, New York York City, 1970-1988. Executive vice president, director Landamatic Systems Corporation, 1982-1985.

Vice chairman Matthews & Wright Realty, 1986-1988, Matthews & Wright Pacific, New York City, 1986-1988. President New American Federal Credit Union, 1981-1987. Director, treasurer Federation Community Development Credit Unions, 1985-1988.

Vice president Alfus Corporation, 1958-1985, Basow Corporation, 1965-1986. Partner Shayna Enterprises, York Builders, Hudson Management Services, 1978-1987. Director investment strategies FAB Capital Corporation, 1998-1999.

Special assistant to president TCI College, 2005—2008. Managing partner Bank Building Associates, 1974—1986, Institute Professional and Executive Development. Visiting lecturer Rutgers University, 1971—1980, Practising Law Institute, 1969—1976.

Member executive committee New Jersey Commission Discrimination in Housing, 1975—1980. Member urban advisory council Anti-Defamation League, 1965—1972. Special consultant Exclusionary Zoning National Committee Discrimination in Housing, 1965—1970.

Consultant scholarship education Defense Fund for Racial Equality, 1965—1972. General counsel New Jersey chapter Municipal Finance Officers Association, New Jersey chapter National Association Housing and Redevelopment Officials, 1966—1974. Chairman Committee for Absorption of Soviet Emigrees (Computer-Aided Software Engineering), since 1973.

President Computer-Aided Software Engineering-University of North Alabama Community Development Corporation, 1976. Co-director Jews Offering New Alternatives to Homosexuality (JONAH), since 1999, Pediatrics Psychosocial Development Committee, American College Pediatricians, since 2010. Board member Ophthalmic Mission Trust, India, 1988—1991, 2003—2007.

Finance advisor National Foundation Manufactured Home Owners, 1994—2000, EVCI Career Colleges, 1997—2008. Advisory board Parents and Friends of Ex-gays and Gays, since 2001, International Healing Foundation, since 2000. Member advisory board Institute for Youth and Society, Germany, since 2005.

Chairman monitoring of research committee National Association Research Therapy Homosexuality, 2001—2002, executive secretary, 2003—2010. President Positive Alternative to Homosexuality, since 2003. Facilitator People Can Change and International Healing Foundation, since 2003.

Vice president Congress Mount Sinai, Jersey City, 2004—2005, president, 2005—2009, president emeritus, 2010.



Co-president New Synagogue, Jersey City, 1974-1980. Board directors Jersey City Hebrew Free Loan Association, 1976-1977. President Metropolitan New York Coordinator Committee for Resettlement of Soviet Jewry, 1978-1980.

Treasurer Hebrew Free Loan New Jersey, 1977-1990, president, since 1995. Board directors Hillel Academy, 1985-1987. Director Bayonne Jewish Community Center, 1987-1988, Jersey City United Jewish Appeal, since 1984, chairman allocation committee, 1994, chairman nominating committee, 1996.

Board directors South Bronx Community Housing, Inc., 1977-1981. Chairman Novy Americanitz, 1980-1984. Board directors Citizens Housing and Planning Council, 1980-1984, Boys Club of Jersey City, 1975-1992.

President Computer-Aided Software Engineering Museum Contemporary Russian Art, since 1980. President Freedom Synagogue, 1982-1985. Member Settlement House Fund.

Treasurer Council Jewish Organizations, Jersey City, 1977. Member board education Yeshiva of Hudson County, 1977-1985. President Hudson Yeshiva Parents Organization, 1980-1988.

Member Connecticut Association Municipal Attorneys (executive committee, editor newsletter 1965-1968), National Housing Conference, American Political Science Association, National Academy Political and Social Science, National Leased Housing Association (national president 1972-1974, chairman emeritus since 1975), Public Securities Association (legislation committee 1978), National Housing Rehabilitation Association (director 1982-1989, vice president 1985), Association Jewish Outreach Professionals, Nefesh, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Delta Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta.


Married Jane Elizabeth Gottlieb, August 10, 1968. Children: Ari Matthew, Shoshana Eve, Benjamin Saul, Talia Akiva.

Jack Geddy Goldberg

Ida (Steinberg) Goldberg

Jane Elizabeth Gottlieb

Shoshana Eve Goldberg

Talia Akiva Goldberg

Ari Matthew Goldberg

Benjamin Saul Goldberg