In this episode of Lives That Speak, Dan Goldman '94 talks about surviving COVID-19, prosecuting the Genovese crime family, defending the truth, and impeaching the president.
When Daniel Goldman ’94 sat down with Head of School Bryan Garman, they had almost too much to discuss. The MSNBC legal analyst, father of five, and Sidwell Friends lifer has been busy. After a decade as a prosecutor for the Southern District of New York, Goldman explained the intricacies of Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election to an audience hungry for details during a slew of television appearances—which led to a chance meeting, which led to an investigation, which culminated in the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Oh, and he successfully battled the coronavirus.
What is Lives That Speak?
In this new series, we share stories of how alumni let their lives speak and the unexpected twists and tales of life after Sidwell Friends.