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Bio

Jesse Feiler writes and publishes books and apps about the theater (particularly Uta Hagen and Herbert Berghof), technology (often from Apple), and community development (such as the annual Jane's Walks sponsored by Friends of Saranac River Trail (https://janeswalk.org/united-states/plattsburgh/).

 

Whether using an app or a book (or the occasional speaking gig), Jesse is interested in communicating ideas and concepts to people who can make use of them to make the world a better place.

 
Jesse's apps are available through Champlain Arts (champlainarts.com) and the App Store at https://apple.co/2L3m6ju

 
Jesse's books are available at https://amzn.to/2OSmFOg

 

His recent books include Macs All-in-One for Dummies 5th Edition (Wiley, 2019) and iPad for Seniors for Dummies (Wiley, 2016), The Nonprofit Risk Book (DeGruyter, 2017) 


His iOS apps include NPRisk, Minutes Machine, Saranac River Trail, Cyber Continuity, and Utility Smart. All are published by Champlain Arts and are available in the App Store at https://apps.apple.com/us/developer/champlain-arts-corp/id558198811.

 
As publisher at Champlain Arts, he has guided the publication of Sources:A Memoir  http://bit.ly/SourcesBN by Uta Hagen as well as https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-studio-story-address-to-the-austrian-academy/id1457891703 The Studio Story by Uta Hagen and Herbert Berghof.

 
Active in the community, he is president of Friends of Saranac River Trail and a member of the board of Saranac River Trail Greenway; he also has served on the boards of libraries and library systems as well as the boards of HB Studio and HB Playwrights Foundation.

 
His books and apps benefit from his extensive experience in nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and the environmental sphere.

 
A native of Washington DC, he now lives in Plattsburgh, New York, where he also works as a professional dog walker (greyhound division).

 
He is heard regularly on The Roundtable at WAMC Public Radio for the Northeast where he talks about society and technology.