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The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation welcomes our new members of the Board of Directors! The board is the heart of the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation, providing guidance, wisdom, and passion for our work. Through their diverse skills, talents, and professions, our new board members add expertise in law, finance, and business.


Please join us in welcoming Steven, Adrian, Ronald, and Jonathan to our team!



Steven D. Feldman, Omicron (Tufts University) 1992, a lawyer and former federal prosecutor, concentrates his legal practice on securities litigation & enforcement, white-collar defense, investigations, and compliance. He is the Co-Chair of the White Collar, Investigations and Compliance practice group at Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP. Before moving to private practice, Steve spent over six years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan. During his last four years as a federal criminal prosecutor, he served on the office’s Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force. Steven holds a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and studied law at Georgetown University Law Center.  Steven lives in New York City with his wife and daughter and actively volunteers with area non-profit organizations. His son is a Pennsylvania State University student and brother in the ZBT’s Alpha Psi chapter.

 

Adrian J. Obleton, Mu (University of Georgia) 2017, Consultant at Bain & Company, has deep experience in technology across investing, operating, and development. With an MBA from Harvard Business School, Adrian combines business acumen with a passion for technology. At Bain, he is focused on helping the largest Tech companies in the world reach their goals. Adrian brings invaluable expertise and a forward-thinking approach to the boardroom, having made contributions to various boards and organizations.

 

Ronald A. Pardo, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1988, a Los Angeles native, worked for Citibank’s’ Investment Bank in New York City upon completing his undergraduate studies. After meeting his wife Julie, he moved back to California in 1991 where he purchased a gift and stationery manufacturing company. Over the next 18 years, he acquired five additional companies and sold what was then renamed The Chatsworth Collection in 2009. After selling the company, Ron went to work with his father Dr. Nissan Pardo in the Healthcare space when he joined Dynamic Companies, a leader in post-acute care in the Los Angeles and Las Vegas markets where he currently serves as President. Ron is the past International President and current member of the Corporate Governance committee of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, current President of the Alpha Omicron Building Corporation, Past President of West Los Angeles Little League, Past President of the ZBT Housing Board, and a current member of the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors, Anti-Defamation League Westcoast Regional Board and Sinai Temple. Ron and Julie have three sons and a daughter-in-law: Shoshana and Jacob, Jordan, and Matthew. 

 

Jonathan D. Stine, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2004, is an accomplished attorney with over 15 years of experience specializing in civil litigation and personal injury plaintiff representation. Jonathan currently serves as a Managing Partner and Civil Litigator at The Paul Wilkinson Law Firm, LLC in Denver, Colorado where he resides with his wife, Christina, and his three daughters.  Jonathan is a ZBT double legacy – his father, Marc D. Stine, Omega (University of Missouri) 1969, and uncle, Alan C. Stine, Omega (University of Missouri) 1964. Beyond his professional and family commitments, Jonathan is dedicated to giving back to his community. He has served as a Chapter Advisor for Zeta Beta Tau at CU Boulder for the last 10 years, where he shares his knowledge and experiences with the next generation of leaders.

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