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Steve Feldman

From 1987 until he sold his company to a multi-national firm in 2011, Steve was President and Chief Executive Officer of Techcare, LLC, a full-service IT consulting firm specializing in providing outsourced technology support and effective technology solutions for small- and medium-size businesses, non-profit organizations and schools in the Chicago area. Under his direction, Techcare was named multiple times to the list of top 100 managed service providers in the world.

Feldman has earned a strong reputation for his expertise in strategic, technology and business consulting for a variety of clients in the marketing/advertising/publishing business sectors, as well as the K-12 education industry, expanding to a variety of small business clients throughout Chicago. He utilizes a variety of business strategy tools in assisting companies, including the strategic planning approach outlined within the Rockefeller Habits and many of the sales approaches taught by Sandler Sales Training.

Mr. Feldman is active within the Chicago angel investment community and is currently part of the Chicago Arch Angels, and participates with the VC Vetted and Loop Investment Groups. During his business career, he has experienced mergers, acquisitions and dissolutions.

During the early part of his 30-year career when he started as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Feldman develop a strong interest, passion and talent for technology and business strategy, and his entrepreneurial spirit emerged in 1987, launching Techcare (formerly known as Graphtech Systems).

Feldman has been a speaker at various conferences, seminars and meetings, including Ingram Micro’s VentureTech Invitational, VentureTech Network (VTN), Microsoft, Cisco, Illinois Technology Conference for Educators (ILTCE) and Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO).

Feldman has sat on the Board of Trustees for Rainbows for All Children, a charitable organization dedicated to helping children cope with traumatic losses, and is currently on the Board of Directors for BAB Inc (Big Apple Bagels).

Feldman received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign campus, and his Masters from De Paul in Chicago.