• Stephen Epstein


    Real Estate Development



    Stephen Epstein has many accomplishments, with an impressive academic history and a solid commitment to charitable work. He attended high school in San Francisco before graduating from the University of Southern California, where he was active in both Alpha Epsilon Pi and the school's Thematic Option Honors Program. USC, founded in 1880, is California's oldest private research university. Epstein's educational pursuits include attending the prestigious Branson School in Ross, California, a coeducational college-preparatory day school, and San Francisco's Cathedral School for Boys, known for its dynamic lessons and character-building programs. Epstein's learning extends to Scientology administrative courses, including the Data Series, Marketing Series, Finance Series, and other systems like Ups and Downs in Life, Dianetics, and the Scientology Volunteer Ministers course. In addition to his academic pursuits, Epstein is deeply committed to charitable work. He regularly volunteers with his Church, as well as with Applied Scholastics and other Scientology-sponsored charities. In Nashville, where he currently lives, he supports local non-profits such as the Entrepreneur Center, Friends of Dudley Park, Nashville Greenways, the Nashville Symphony, and the Nashville Citizens Commission on Human Rights. Epstein is also a supporter of STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination), an organization dedicated to ending bigotry and discrimination toward Scientologists and Scientology as a religion. The organization also aims to protect individuals' freedom of religion and speech as outlined in the Constitution of the United States and our Bill of Rights. Epstein has a wide range of personal interests outside his work and charitable efforts. He enjoys hiking, overseas travel, boating, sailing, and kitesurfing. He is an avid student, listening to podcasts and audiobooks from financial titans, entrepreneurs, and philosophers. His favorite authors include Howard Marks, Warren Buffet, Ayn Rand, L. Ron Hubbard, and Sam Zell. Epstein's academic history and charitable work are impressive, and his interests are diverse. His commitment to education, community involvement, and the pursuit of knowledge has made him a well-rounded individual with a passion for making a positive difference in the world.