Alan Randall Steinberg possesses an extensive background in business development and public and government relations. After earning his Juris Doctor from Tulane University Law School, Alan Randall Steinberg started his career as Assistant Director of the Anti-Defamation League. Gaining experience in communicating with the media as a spokesperson for the group, he also undertook significant responsibility in planning and organizing large public events to raise awareness about ADL and its mission to end bigotry and defend democratic ideals. His work led to a position as Lead Field Organizer for President Clinton’s reelection campaign in 1996. Shortly after the election, he accepted a position in Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan’s Office of Economic Development. Alan Randall Steinberg formed Steinberg/Allen Communications in 2001. As President of the firm, he generated $1.42 million in new revenue for Ricon Corporation and obtained a $2 million tax-exempt bond for Mission Community Hospital. He developed and executed media relations strategy for not-for-profit groups and obtained high-level media placements for his clients, including Spanish-language outlets such as Univision and Telemundo. In 2004, he joined Roddan Paolucci Roddan Public Relations as Senior Manager of Media Relations. In 2006, Alan Randall Steinberg contributed his marketing savvy to CADFORCE, an architectural services firm, as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications. Responsible for designing and implementing marketing and media strategies, he also oversaw the company’s branding. Currently, he serves as a Principal for The Valence Group, Inc.