Brad Rothschild is an award winning producer and writer with both a creative and a business background. He received a Masters in International Affairs and an MBA, both from Columbia University. From 1995-1997, he served as the Speechwriter and Director of Communications for the Mission of Israel to the United Nations. In this capacity, he wrote and edited speeches for Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Gad Yaacobi, as well as for Minister Yitzchak Rabin, several Foreign Ministers, and many visiting dignitaries.
From 2001-2006, Brad was a Vice President at Citigroup, where he worked in business development for several different consumer divisions. During his tenure, he contributed to the development of consumer financial products by originating and negotiating commercial contracts with companies such as Microsoft, Yahoo!, DHL and Cendant.
He wrote and produced the independent film Homeland. Homeland won an award for Outstanding Feature by a New Director and New Producer at the Delray Beach Film Festival, the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Jacksonville Film Festival, the Juror’s Award at the West Hollywood International Film Festival and the award for Best Independent Feature at the Downbeach Film Festival.
Brad is currently producing the documentary film “A Third Way” about Israeli settlers and Palestinians who are trying to live together peacefully. He is also directing a documentary about Israel’s African refugees. Brad has served as a producer with Centropa.org, a web-based initiative documenting Jewish life in Europe in the twentieth century.
Name: Brad Rothschild
Lives in: New York City, New York