Steven Fuchs is a man of many talents. As an avid runner and fitness enthusiast, he remains focused on staying in shape. Additionally, as a scientist at Tufts University – his research explores how protein structure relates to function.
His work involves using the National Instruments VeriStand software. Additionally, he acts as a consultant for small non-profits by creating strategic plans and helping implement them.
Early Life and Education
Steven Fuchs has been providing consulting services to nonprofit organizations for eight years. Working alongside major stakeholders within an organization, he devises actionable and measurable plans which help improve services and programs provided. Drawing from both for profit and nonprofit experience – Steven draws upon it all in helping nonprofits strengthen their services and programs.
Steven is an enthusiastic runner, competing against friends in different races across the country and traveling for races around the globe. Running has helped keep him healthy and he recommends it to others.
He provides management with employment and labor law litigation and counseling, including federal and state court appearances as well as administrative tribunal proceedings. His areas of expertise include discrimination cases, wrongful termination cases and family leave matters. Furthermore, he excels at handling issues surrounding compliance and workplace safety.
Steven Fuchs has experience across various industries, including Battery and Power Electronics Testing. His technical skills include designing, specifying, and developing multi-axial, servo-hydraulic test systems as well as leading projects while acting as the main technical liaison with customers.
He has extensive litigation and counseling experience regarding employment discrimination, wrongful termination, family medical leave and reasonable accommodations issues in the workplace. He has represented clients before federal and state courts as well as administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New York City Department of Human Rights and Workers’ Compensation Board.
He has provided consulting services to small nonprofit organizations for eight years. He takes an inclusive and pragmatic approach in his work by listening and learning about an organization’s mission, culture and resources before creating an actionable plan.
Achievement and Honors
Rabbi Fuchs was appointed full-time Rabbi at Temple Isaiah in 2008 and led it through rapid expansion, initiating numerous programs and serving as Clergy Co-Chair of Universal Health Care Fellowship Interfaith Fellowship as well as receiving its Four Chaplains Award for work with veterans.
He has directed the operations of UDRI Structure and Component Characterization group operations – a $2M/year operation providing structural, mechanical, design and calibration research services for commercial and government customers – as well as designed, developed and operated complex test apparatus including motorized multi-axis testing systems and wind tunnels.
He currently works as the Operations Director at World Wide Technology, where he specializes in security. In his free time he enjoys crossword puzzles, tennis, doo-wop music and spending time with family. Furthermore he loves history and politics.
Steven Fuchs specializes in labor and employment law, representing management in litigation before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and New York State Division of Human Rights.
He also has extensive experience working with community organizations on compliance with federal and state laws pertaining to employment discrimination, wrongful termination and family leave issues. Furthermore, he possesses expertise in drafting and negotiating employee contracts.
Fuchs enjoys running during his free time. He has competed in national races and recommends it to others. Travel is another passion; Fuchs enjoys meeting like-minded individuals during these trips and trying to maintain a healthy diet by not smoking or drinking; plus he is an avid follower of New York Rangers football team; attending as many games each season as he possibly can!
Fuchs has extensive expertise in labor and employment law, representing management in litigation while offering advice regarding federal and state laws regarding wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination and family and medical leave. He also conducts training for employers concerning applicable regulations.
Fuchs’ work spans orchestra, band, solo instruments, voice and chorus ensembles as well as standard and chamber ensembles. He has collaborated on three chamber musicals with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson; recorded six albums for Naxos including Point of Tranquility featuring seven works for symphonic winds with the United States Coast Guard Band directed by Adam Williamson which received outstanding reviews both print and online sources including Fanfare Magazine and Gramophone Magazine.
As part of his consulting practice, he takes great pleasure in learning about an organization’s mission, culture and resources before working closely with major stakeholders to devise an actionable and measurable plan.