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Bob Gold ‘73

Bob Gold ’73 founded and manages Bob Gold & Associates, one of the premier independent integrated communications public relations agencies in the country. The agency specialty is being experts at the nexus where video content meets technology and distribution. In 2019 Public Relations Society (PRSA) Los Angeles named him Communications Professional of the Year. Phil also founded FUNNY HOW (meetup.com/funnyhow), a workshop that provides lessons on comedy writing and stand-up performance to comics of all levels.

During his more than 30 years in public relations and marketing, Bob Gold has helped launch more than a dozen companies, re-branded many others, and created successful campaigns for numerous start-ups and Fortune 500 brands. He has also helped raise millions of dollars for charities, taught hundreds of students, and helped further strategic business plans for numerous businesses and associations.

Gold is also the Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Hemisphere Technologies Inc., a Nevada corporation, which is dedicated to investing in publicly traded and privately-held technology companies. He has extensive experience in small and large-scale transactions and works as a key member engaged in all aspects, including sourcing, evaluating, structuring, monitoring, and, where applicable, harvesting investments.

Gold is the author of the popular children’s picture book, The Shiny Penny. Gold holds many honors, including being inducted into the Cable TV Pioneers and Comcast’s Brian Roberts, CNN’s Ted Turner, and other notables. He holds a Master’s degree in Communications Management from the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California, where he also sits on the Alumni Board of Directors.

When he’s not helping others, Gold can usually be found more than 65 feet underwater on a scuba diving “mancation” with his three sons. He joined The Waldorf School of Garden City as a sophomore and graduated High School in 1973.

Bob Gold ‘73

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Bob Gold ‘73

PR & MarketingSymposium Panelist 2020

Bob Gold ’73 founded and manages Bob Gold & Associates, one of the premier independent integrated communications public relations agencies in the country. The agency specialty is being experts at the nexus where video content meets technology and distribution. In 2019 Public Relations Society (PRSA) Los Angeles named him Communications Professional of the Year. Phil also founded FUNNY HOW (meetup.com/funnyhow), a workshop that provides lessons on comedy writing and stand-up performance to comics of all levels.

During his more than 30 years in public relations and marketing, Bob Gold has helped launch more than a dozen companies, re-branded many others, and created successful campaigns for numerous start-ups and Fortune 500 brands. He has also helped raise millions of dollars for charities, taught hundreds of students, and helped further strategic business plans for numerous businesses and associations.

Gold is also the Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Hemisphere Technologies Inc., a Nevada corporation, which is dedicated to investing in publicly traded and privately-held technology companies. He has extensive experience in small and large-scale transactions and works as a key member engaged in all aspects, including sourcing, evaluating, structuring, monitoring, and, where applicable, harvesting investments.

Gold is the author of the popular children’s picture book, The Shiny Penny. Gold holds many honors, including being inducted into the Cable TV Pioneers and Comcast’s Brian Roberts, CNN’s Ted Turner, and other notables. He holds a Master’s degree in Communications Management from the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California, where he also sits on the Alumni Board of Directors.

When he’s not helping others, Gold can usually be found more than 65 feet underwater on a scuba diving “mancation” with his three sons. He joined The Waldorf School of Garden City as a sophomore and graduated High School in 1973.