Steve Adubato Biography
|Date of Birth:||1957 , October-7|
|Age:||60 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Working For||Academic, author, motivational speaker, newspaper columnist, politician and television news anchor|
|Awards||4 Emmy Awards for his work on public television|
|Online Presence||Wikipedia, Facebook|
Steve Adubato is a TV broadcaster, author, motivational speaker, leadership and communication coach, syndicated columnist, and university lecturer. At the age of 26, he worked as New Jersey's youngest state legislator in the New Jersey General Assembly.
As an author, Adubato has written four books and a doctorate degree holder in the field of mass media and communication.
Adubato is married and has four children. He is married to Jennifer Adubato and is currently residing in Montclair, New Jersey with his family.
Early Life and Education
Born on October 17, 1957, Steve N. Aduabto Jr. is the son of Steve Adubato Sr. He is a native of Newark, New Jersey who holds American nationality and belongs to White ethnic background. He has two sisters, Michelle Adubato and Theresa Adubato.
Adubato earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics in mass communication. He earned his master’s degree from the same university.
Adubato is also famous for anchoring. He is a columnist as well as a lecturer at the university. At the age of 26, he was elected as the youngest state legislator of New Jersey.
Adubato was interested in politics from his early days. He was inspired by his father, Steve Adubato Sr. who was a known Democratic politician of New Jersey. In 1983, he was elected to New Jersey General Assembly.
Adubato is famously known for his work in public television, commentary on radio programs and his columns. He is a broadcast journalist and author of a non-fiction book ‘Speak from the Heart-Be Yourself Get Results’. Also, Adubato is a guest lecturer at universities and a visiting lecturer at Rutgers University.
Adubato anchors tow public affairs television shows, ‘Caucus: New Jersey’ and ‘New Jersey Capitol Report’ which focus on public affairs and politics. He also appears as a media analyst on national televisions such as New York City and New York on WNYW, CNN, Fox News, NBC’s Today and CNBC.
Adubato's column is titled ‘NJ Connects with Steve Adubato’ on ‘NJ Voices: Opinions from New Jersey’. He also contributes his writing pieces to New Jersey periodicals like NJBIZ, The Press of the Atlantic City, New Jersey Monthly and The Record.
Stand and Deliver
Adubato found a program to train young leaders for tomorrow-Stand & Deliver: Communication Tools for Tomorrow’s leaders. Founded in 1999, this program trains young people of Newark, New Jersey in skills such as communication, peace-making, interviewing, advocacy, and much more. Stand & Deliver is famously known for training 500 young leaders every year to become better citizens and work for tomorrow.
Adubato has received four Emmy Awards. He was presented the ‘Best Host’ Emmy Awards by Mid-Atlantic Chapter of National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the years 1995, 2000 and in 2001.
Adubato was named in the top-five-most-powerful media figures by New Jersey Monthly. Also, he has also been selected in the ’50 Most Interesting People’ and ’25 Most Influential People in New Jersey’ by the same magazine.
Adubato is a married man and has four children. He tied the knot to Jennifer Adubato in a private wedding ceremony.
The couple shares four children at present. Their children include three sons; Nick Adubato, Stephen Adubato, and Chris Adubato, and a daughter, Olivia Adubato.
Adubato resides in Montclair, New Jersey with his wife and children. He has shared few details regarding his personal life.