Stephen M. Silberstein
Stephen M. Silberstein is the founder and the first president of Innovative Interfaced, a company that supplied computer software for the automation of college and city libraries. He sold his interest in the company in 2001.
Silberstein was an administrator at the University of California-Berkeley and an instructor in the Computer Science Department.
He serves on the boards of the Belvedere-Tiburon Library Foundation, the University of California Berkeley Foundation, and the U.C. Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy.
Silberstein graduated from UC-Berkeley with a B.A. in economics and a Master's degree in library science.
- Silberstein gave $100,000 to California Proposition 25, Majority Vote for Legislature to Pass the Budget (2010).
- In 2006, Silberstein gave $100,000 each to the "yes" campaigns for Proposition 87, the Alternative Energy Oil Tax and Proposition 89, Public Funding for Political Campaigns.
- In 2003, the Stephen M. Silberstein Foundation gave $100,000 to Media Matters for America through the Tides Foundation.