Michael Kaplan, chairman and chief executive officer of The Kaplan Companies, will address the Stillman School of Business during its Spring Semester Integrity and Professionalism Convocation.
A survivor of the Nazi concentration camps of World War II, Kaplan, his mother, Fela, and his father, Nathan, immigrated to the United States after the war and embarked on a new life. In 1952, Nathan Kaplan, gave up an unsuccessful poultry farm in Toms River and launched a home-building business that has become one of the most successful real estate operations in New Jersey.
Since its inception, The Kaplan Companies — a proudly-local New Jersey enterprise — has built more than 25,000 homes and apartments throughout New
Jersey and has been involved in numerous projects in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Florida and Texas.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Michael Kaplan’s extraordinary family history and to learn from one of the most respected leaders in New Jersey real estate.
The convocation, which reflects on the School’s core values of integrity and professionalism, takes place on Wednesday, March 1, at 6:30 p.m. in Jubilee Auditorium.
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