Interests: New Energy
Stephen Kaplan received his M.A. in government from Cornell University in 1965. Mr. Kaplan has served as a legislative aide to Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, working on economic opportunity, housing and energy, and as an associate of the Adlai Stevenson Institute in Chicago. He has also served on the board of the National Rural Housing Coalition. Mr. Kaplan has worked as director of community development for the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (Burlington, Vermont) and founder-director of the Vermont Housing Investment Fund.
Mr. Kaplan has taught political science, community development and creativity courses at a number of colleges and universities. He also founded Creativity Associates, providing training to corporations, non-profits and individuals. Currently, Mr. Kaplan is raising money and other resources for new energy research and development.