Lou cove started writing...
...when he was 7 years old. He authored a book of poetry in 1978. One of the poems appears in MAN OF THE YEAR.
Lou was an editor and journalist for the first ten years of his career.
Lou can't seem to get enough of campaigns. He is a senior advisor at the Harold Grinspoon Foundation where he has helped build a $20 million Alliance of national funders to support one of his favorite programs: PJ Library.
He has served as senior fundraising advisor to CEOs and Boards of Trustees at numerous national non-profits, including the American Institute for Architects, Represent.Us, Double Edge Theatre and Girls Leadership Institute.
He is former Executive Director of Reboot, a network of leading young Jewish creatives devoted to “rebooting” modern Jewish culture: digital entrepreneurs at Google and YouTube; creators of TV shows and films like Lost, Orange is the New Black, Transparent, Anchorman and Star Trek; journalists from NYT, Wired, and WSJ, etc. Under his leadership, Reboot launched and attracted millions to projects like National Day of Unplugging, 10Q and Sukkah City.
Lou was also Vice President of the National Yiddish Book Center.
He really likes books and he is really excited to have written one of his own.