Bruce F. Rosen
"An investment officer at a major financial firm by day, Bruce F. Rosen is a writer by night. An award winning writer as early on as in high school, Rosen has written professionally for over three decades and has been featured in such publications as The San Francisco Chronicle, The San Francisco Examiner, and Asian Week where he was a reporter. In addition to a stint as a journalist in Chinatown, he has crafted essays on sports, politics, economics, and music. The piece that he wrote on his boyhood idol, Sandy Koufax, appeared in the Baseball Hall of Fame. And, his series of 'slice of life' pieces titled “Diary of a Creative Banker”, including one that focused on Princess Diana, aired on the BBC. Featured on the cover of the international publication Personal Excellence, Bruce shares this honor with such great company as Deepak Chopra and Nelson Mandela. He also did an event at Hue-Man Bookstore in New York which has hosted the likes of Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison and former President Bill Clinton. Interviews include NBC TV’s The Today Show, Unlimited Realities, Healthylife.net's Healing Heart and Home and Strategies for Living plus the nationally syndicated The Block with Tim. And, a review by a founding member of the National Book Critic's Circle compares Rosen’s work to that of Tolstoy."