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Steve is a former CPA who has invested in and been active across a number of industries; most recently focused on the sports industry. He has served on numerous boards of directors, in executive roles and spoken at industry conferences.
His experiences led him to write FRONT ROW SEAT - Greed and Corruption in a Youth Sports Company. and LOST LOCKER ROOM - The Collapse of Global Premier Soccer. The books explore the growth of the youth sports market and some of the characters who seek to exploit it.
Business ethics and human resiliency are always top of mind.
Steve resides in Rhode Island with his wife, Christine; three children, Riley, Chase and Georgia; and their two golden retrievers. Steve was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2019.
Be the first to know what really caused the collapse of one of the largest youth soccer clubs in America. A story of deception and criminal activity in the youth sports industry.
“This is the book of the century for me - so well written and provides profound insight into a time that left so many unanswered questions.... From the first page, I never put it down.”
Enjoy FRONT ROW SEAT - set in the youth sports industry, it is an in-depth study of business ethics and personal resiliency.
The reader sits alongside a new CEO who has inherited a company built on misrepresentations and, potentially, criminal acts. Simultaneously, he must face his own health crisis.
“Griffin is the most unusual author, but he is the perfect guide that unveils the inner workings of private equity, corporate greed and failed business ethics. Front Row Seat is a binge read!”
“...How could this be Steve’s first book? It reads like a John Grisham novel! Just when you think it couldn’t get any better (or worse in Steve’s case), it does. Definitely 5 stars!”
”Great read! I read the book in 3 days - a great reminder that cutting corners in building your business is a recipe for disaster. Worth the read!”
”This book takes the reader on a bumpy ride in order to reveal how one’s principles were able to combat greed and corruption. He successfully portrays multiple instances of white-collar crime while also battling his own struggles with Parkinson’s Disease. Bravo Steve!”
“This was an amazing read. I could not believe everything Steve went through both personally and professionally. The case studies at the end are a must for any business leader on company ethics. Thank you for sharing this story.”
“I could not put this book down. Finished it in 2 days. I can’t believe this is Steve’s first novel. What transpired at this company was truly amazing. I can’t imagine going through this - no amount of pay would have been worth being the CEO of this mess.”