LAA President Jason Goldstein Honored for Alumni Involvement

Jason Goldstein - RAA Class of 1931 AwardThe Rutgers Alumni Association (RAA) has honored Livingston Alumni Association (LAA) president Jason Goldstein for his extensive volunteer involvement with programs on behalf of Rutgers alumni, and the partnerships on programs such as theater nights in conjunction with musicals presented by the Livingston Theatre Company, Alumni-Student Speed Networking events, a November 2012 coat drive and other activities.

As part the Rutgers-New Brunswick ReUnion on Saturday, May 18, 2013, RAA President Tom Carpenter (Rutgers College, 1957) presented the Class of 1931 Award to Goldstein. The annual award honors a recent graduate – ten years or more from graduation – for volunteer service to the RAA, to one’s class or community, or to other Rutgers constituencies. The award also recognizes potential for leadership in the future.

Goldstein, a 2002 graduate of Rutgers' Livingston College and a 2005 graduate of Rutgers Business School, is a performing arts and entertainment entrepreneur and producer. He also received the Rutgers University Alumni Federation's Meritorious Service Award in 2007.

Photo: LAA President Jason Goldstein, left, is congratulated by RAA President Tom Carpenter as Rutgers Alumni Association's Class of 1931 Award winner, in a presentation at the Rutgers Student Center on Saturday, May 18, 2013. Photo courtesy Steven Allen, RAA board member.

Originally posted May 29, 2013
Revised March 19, 2016