Steve is an accomplished corporate attorney with experience across a range of business transactions, such as middle market mergers and acquisitions.
Since 1958, several studies have compared individual ideation with group brainstorming, leading to various schools of thought that go beyond Osborn’s original design for brainstorming.
Early Life and Education
Steve Osborn of Norfolk, Nebraska has been involved with real estate since 2006. Since then, he has earned several prestigious awards, such as Diamond Society Award and President’s Circle Award from both societies, plus receiving “Rural Outstanding Real Estate Professional” accolades from Speaker Michael J. Flood of the Unicameral Legislature.
David performs on classical guitar, bass guitar and the Chapman Stick instrument – an innovative hybrid between guitar, bass and keyboard. He has appeared at recitals and concerts around the globe.
As an actuary and Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, he has worked as an actuary. Additionally, he served on the Exam Committee for Part P-461U exam (pension specialization). Jacci, his wife is an artist specializing in watercolor works with rich tones and designs.
Steve is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and serves on its Part P-461U exam (pension specialty) committee. Additionally, he holds memberships to both American Academy of Actuaries and Enrolled Actuary organizations.
He co-founded a boutique business law firm and guided companies of all sizes through complex transactions. Additionally, he assisted tribal bond issues and secured several court rulings favorably interpreting ISDEAA for tribes.
Steve Osborne, a former NYPD lieutenant assigned to the Manhattan Gang Squad, has delighted audiences across the country with his engaging stories of police work. His accounts capture both its absurdity and human aspect. His tales have also been published by various newspapers and magazines. Furthermore, Osborne is renowned record producer who has worked with such diverse acts as Cat’s Eyes, New Order, Happy Mondays Placebo U2 and Gregory Porter among many others.
Achievement and Honors
He completed both Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Command and General Staff College, and United States Army War College. In support of Operation Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait as well as Kosovo and Iraq for Operations Joint Guardian and Iraqi Freedom.
Osborne was an integral member of Nebraska’s 2012 receiving corps. At 6 feet 4 and 205 pounds, his big target for quarterbacks and reliable blocker on the perimeter made him one of their key members. Additionally, Courtney, his twin brother was also playing safety for Nebraska.
Osborne has an intense appreciation of fine art, creating watercolor pieces filled with tone, design and beauty that he showcases at Rossmoor art fairs with his wife.
Steve Osborn enjoys photography, podcasts, cycling and Ultimate Frisbee. In his free time he volunteers his services coaching youth baseball leagues as a volunteer coach. Since 1984 he has been a member of the Society of Actuaries where he served on their Part 461U exam committee (pension specialty).
Osborn started out working in a two-room studio until he managed to land clients. Within one year he did layouts for several dozen book covers which helped propel his business. Later, Osborn exhibited his woodcut prints at a gallery in Palo Alto.
Osborne has seen and told stories from his two decades with the NYPD that are both odd and intriguing, to packed audiences. Some stories can be considered harmless while others could prove more serious. Osborne has earned numerous citations for his service as a police officer.
Osborn not only works at his firm, but is also actively involved with youth baseball as both a volunteer coach and volunteer volunteer. Furthermore, he strives to promote diversity within the company.
Osborn has earned various honors for his achievements, such as being honored as Indiana’s Outstanding Engineer award recipient. Additionally, he has helped organize professional development seminars for other engineers.
Osborn reported a net worth of $4,124 on his Form 4 filings. He owns 4,982 shares of Greenwave Technology Solutions Inc. which had a market cap of $5.8 billion at one point and also owns his home in Hobart, Oklahoma where his family life takes place; there he and his partner share four children and 10 grandchildren who Osborn treasures the most.