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PJ SOLOMON Announces the Retirement of Steve Houlihan

Steve Houlihan joined PJ SOLOMON in 2020 as Director in the Telecommunications group. His area of expertise lies within communications infrastructure, data centers, cloud services and technology industries where he has advised on transactions valued at an aggregate total of over $6.5 billion.

He ran for one term on the Cook County Board of Review from 2006, as a first-time candidate with widespread grassroots backing.

Early Life and Education

In 1940, he was 51 years old and living in Peoria, Illinois. He pioneered international student exchange programs as well as professional organizations.

In that same year, President Theodore Roosevelt was shot by John Schrank from New York; though wounded, he survived and continued campaigning for his Bull Moose Party; it was during this period when Gregg shorthand was first created.

Houlihan made waves when he ran for a seat on the Cook County Board of Review in 2006. With support from Wheeling Township Democratic committeeman Patrick Botterman – considered an independent political maverick – he won without having the backing of county and state Democrats but nonetheless managed to pull off an unexpected win; particularly considering that his district had historically leant Republican.

Professional Career

He has advised on over $6.5 billion of transactions for clients from communications infrastructure, data center and managed services industries as well as providing advice regarding corporate finance matters and capital market transactions.

He is an accomplished attorney with extensive transactional and litigation experience, representing clients in complex transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Houlihan first ran for election to the Cook County Board of Review representing District 1 as an Independent candidate without official support from state or county Democratic organizations, however Wheeling Township Democratic committeeman Patrick Botterman did back him and helped defeat incumbent Republican Maureen Murphy[4]. [5]

Achievement and Honors

Shelby Houlihan has served as Selden Middle School assistant principal in New York City Department of Education for two years, holding both a bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies and master’s in education from State University of New York at Stony Brook.

She was an accomplished collegiate athlete for Bowerman Track Club and sub-2 800m runner, working primarily in middle school education for most of her career. As such, she understands both academic and emotional needs associated with transitioning through adolescence.

She has served as music supervisor on several films and soundtracks, such as the Austin Powers trilogy of movies and soundtracks. Currently living in Los Angeles with her husband and three children, she was honored with the Bishop Dwenger Alumnus/a Award, honoring graduates who have shown exceptional service in their profession or community and who fulfill the mission of their school every day.

Personal Life

Houlihan enjoyed spending his free time hiking the White Mountains with his wife and dogs or shooting his recurve bow. Additionally, he was an avid Bears fan who took great pleasure tending to his yard and gardens at home. Houlihan leaves behind his mother Judy; brother Mike; niece Brigit and Katie as well as nephew Sean along with many friends.

Prior to joining PJ SOLOMON, Mr. Rosen was a Vice President focused on Communications Infrastructure and Services sector at Bank Street where he began his wealth management and private banking career, advising on transactions totalling over $6.5 billion. A certified public accountant who lives in Peoria Illinois; accomplished skier; member of Bowerman Track Club

Net Worth

Houlihan Lokey’s growth depends on how effective its management is. Investors care most about whether the company can deliver future growth; that means being profitable with an impressive business plan in place.

Steve Houlihan has more than two decades of experience working in retail. He has held various senior-level roles at large companies and served as author/speaker on leadership topics. Furthermore, Steve advised on transactions worth more than $6.5 billion during this time.

In 2006, he founded Four Seasons Consulting in Woodstock, Georgia to bridge the gap between manufacturers and retailers’ approaches to sales and marketing strategy, acquisitions, product development as well as consulting work for Home Depot.

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