Steve Crossman, a Teesside lad made good, is One of the Stars of BBC Radio 5 Live
Steve Crossman is a Teesside native turned star of BBC Radio 5 Live. Join Philip Tallentire as Steve recalls his Boro memories and discusses the highs and lows of his career so far.
Dr. Lee believes a doctor-patient relationship should be treated like any investment and treated as such; to maximize its returns. As part of his advocacy work for global health, cultural competence, and interprofessionalism.
Early Life and Education
Steve Crossman has been an invaluable mentor since graduating from VCU SOM in 1995 (M’95). He takes great care in listening and guiding mentees, and is widely recognized for his ability to connect with students. Furthermore, Steve leads medical student brigades to Honduras where they provide critical healthcare while experiencing firsthand life-altering experiences.
Some scholars believe Crossman’s first visit to fiercely political 1930s Germany ignited his interest in politics, prompting him to join Britain’s Labour Party; though never fully conforming with its mold, he often found himself at odds with its leadership.
His political interests were broad, while his intellectual independence can be seen in his diary writings which were published despite attempts at suppression and remain some of his best work. Additionally, he produced a book on Plato’s Republic as well as hosting lectures for BBC.
Over two decades, he was CEO of Hilltop Securities, an investment banking firm focused on building national investment banking operations. Additionally, he served on the Nevada Board of Education as well as being appointed by former governors to serve on their boards of education.
Crossman at Mendocino College is passionate about helping his students find a path that suits them, including researching schools and careers to ensure the right choice is made. Mentorship isn’t something he does – rather it’s who he is!
An accomplished business professional with more than three decades of experience in financial services. A graduate of University of California Davis, and Harvard Business School respectively. Furthermore, he holds his Certified Public Accounting designation.
Achievement and Honors
Stephen Crossman is a college counselor dedicated to helping his clients select an ideal school, major, and major. His goal is to establish an environment in which people care about each other and are provided opportunities to better their lives.
He has received multiple awards for his work, such as the Medical Society of Virginia Foundation Salute to Service Award and VCU SOM Leonard Tow Faculty Humanism Award. Additionally, he has written articles about global health issues such as cultural competency and interprofessionalism.
Before his success in podcasting, he hosted BBC 5 Live’s Yellow podcast. Additionally, Gabriel Radus and Philip Tallentire invited him onto their respective shows as a guest host. Born and raised in Middlesbrough, his journey has had both ups and downs along the way.
Crossman is not only active in his field of medicine but is also highly involved in several civic and social organizations in Edwardsville. He currently belongs to Edwardsville Jaycees and former Board of Director Member for St Clair County Chamber of Commerce as well as Hot Rod Club of Edwardsville and Gateway Getaways chapter of FMCA.
Crossman has been described as the epitome of mentors. Always readily available to his students and always listening attentively, he helps guide them towards making well-informed career decisions that incorporate their personal values, interests, and skills within the context of their academic record – doing this with care has helped foster strong bonds between him and them.
Ste Crossman, born and bred on Teesside in Middlesbrough, is one of the rising sports broadcasting stars at BBC. A frequent presence on BBC Radio 5 Live, Ste has endured his share of trials on his journey towards stardom.
Competing at various teams such as Chicago Blackhawks, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings, New York Islanders, Hartford Whalers, Detroit Red Wings and Tampa Bay Lightning; as well as competing in Olympic competition.
Crossman established CrossMarc Services of Winter Park in 2010 as an investment real estate firm specializing in retail real estate, and owning/operating several shopping centers throughout Central Florida. His net worth should increase steadily as this business further develops and grows.