Isaac Glasman is a founding partner of Soba College Recovery, The United Billing Group, Sunlight Labs and The New Jersey Center For Depression & Anxiety. He is a founding board member of The IDEA School, an inspiring reimagining of the high school curriculum, designed to engage students in project based learning.
During graduate school, where his concentration was computational linguistics and generative syntax, Isaac served as a research scientist at the Currant Institute at NYU on an ARPA research grant for the Proteus Project, a dictionary of syntactic structures used for research and applications in the field of natural language processing.
He then spent some years enjoying life as a real estate professional and raising young children. He worked as an industrial real estate broker and developed property in Williamsburg, East Williamsburg and Bushwick in Brooklyn. He opened a real estate auction company during the early years of the financial crisis of 2008, sold it, and for a short while was CEO of a top 10 commercial real estate brokerage in Manhattan.
Isaac has been helping people to recover from drugs and alcohol for over 20 years.
Isaac graduated with honors from NYU, with a major in philosophy and linguistics.