Steve Lepore – A Financial Advisor for High-Net Worth Individuals, Families, and Endowments
Lepore has written three books: King Philip’s War and the Origins of American Identity (Knopf, 1998) won both the Bancroft Prize, Ralph Waldo Emerson Award and Berkshire Prize; New York Burning: Liberty, Slavery and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan (Knopf 2005), was honored with Anisfield-Wolf Book Award;
Early Life and Education
Lepore was raised by his aunts after his mother passed away, becoming an expert auto mechanic with an affinity for fixing cars and creating NASCAR models – passions he also shared with NASCAR racing itself. Unfortunately, Lepore struggled with bipolar disorder during this period in his life.
Professor Jill Lepore is known for uncovering sweeping American narratives with her trademark skill of finding stories “that stir, terrorize, inspire, trouble and shake the earthshaking epic”. As an avid craft-head herself, it is not unusual to find primary source documents cited for the first time within her books accompanied by footnotes never previously referenced before.
Professor Lepore’s research explores absences and asymmetries in historical records. Additionally, she studies how relationships among family, friends and healthcare providers influence psychosocial adjustment to cancer.
Lepore’s research examines gaps and inequities in historical records, with particular attention given to evidence’s histories and technologies. Her books include The Name of War: King Philip’s War and the Origins of American Identity (Knopf, 1998); New York Burning: Liberty, Slavery and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan (Knopf 2005) as well as an NEH-funded project providing digitally sourced data regarding attempts at amending Constitution amendment attempts called Amend (NEH funded project of digitally sourced data on attempts).
Before joining VMI, she spent two seasons as assistant coach and head strength and conditioning coach at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia. There she helped mold several players who went on to make power conferences like the ACC, Big Ten, and SEC their home.
Achievement and Honors
Lepore’s scholarship delves deep into absences and imbalances within historical records. Her book These Truths: A History of America won the eighteenth Annual Arthur Ross Book Award from the Council on Foreign Relations.
Lepore started his basketball career at Northwestern, being named to both of the USA Basketball Junior World Championship teams for 1998 and 1999 before transferring to Wake Forest and competing both internationally as well as domestically professionally.
Anthony Edwards serves on the board of 1in6, a national organization aimed at supporting men who have experienced sexual assault or abuse, which visited Scott AFB to speak with Airmen about challenges they are currently facing and resources available to them. Lepore co-hosted this event along with fellow board member Anthony Edwards of 1in6.
Lepore currently lives in Lexington, Virginia with his wife and daughter. He began coaching as an assistant coach for Hargrave Military Academy’s postgraduate program before transitioning to Wake Forest as both graduate assistant coach and head strength and conditioning coach.
He has helped several Colonels achieve all-conference accolades, such as sophomore Jomaru Brown and junior Tre King who were both named to the 2019-20 All-Ohio Valley Conference teams.
Jill Lepore is Professor of American History and affiliated professor at Harvard University. Known for her lively and thought-provoking New Yorker essays, as well as several distinguished books she has also had her writing widely anthologized and is an active fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Steve Lepore provides financial advisory services to high-net-worth individuals, families, foundations and endowments through a family office approach. His focus lies on wealth planning that encompasses advice, technology and tailored solutions tailored specifically for his clients. In addition, Steve serves as trustee for Chizuk Amuno Foundation which offers religious services, education and scholarships in its community.
At trial, Mr. Lepore admitted during direct examination that he and his father implemented the adults only policy at L L to protect the sensibilities of aging residents as well as to avoid an overload in septic system capacity. Furthermore, Mr. Lepore admitted removing two person occupancy requirements due to communication from investigator Haas at HUD.