Steve Eisenstadt

Content Director

Fun Facts

Hometown: Providence, RI

College: Boston University

Favorite news sources: The New York Times, the Washington Post, Associated Press

Outside Work: Music freak. Bass player in rock, country and Americana bands

@seisenstadt

What The Smartest CFOs Are Doing About Cybersecurity https://t.co/Mj2TggOjlO via @IBDeditorials04:14 PM Oct 10th

Steve leads Kulesa Faul’s growing content practice, working with clients on developing high-impact byline articles, blogs, case studies and white papers.

Steve traces his relationship with the written word to childhood, when he single-handedly produced a monthly newspaper in his elementary school. Since then, Steve has spent 14 years as a reporter, mostly at large regional daily newspapers, and the last 20 in corporate and agency communications – all in high tech.

Steve develops content campaigns for CEOs and other top executives, resulting in publication in top media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Recode, Entrepreneur and many others as well as broad social media reach.

Steve spent nearly 10 years leading the development and execution of global communications strategies at IBM, held leadership positions at two other high-tech PR agencies and has worked with the Linux Foundation, SAS Institute and New Relic, among others.