Emmy award-winning television producer Bill Berlin is a professor of political science at Montclair State University in New Jersey and a host of Carpe Diem, the university television show. Throughout his career, Berlin has written extensively on such topics as education, health care, housing, and corporate finance. His clients include New Jersey Medicine, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, presidents of major corporations and universities, and former New Jersey governor James Florio. Such publications as the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Christian Science Monitor have featured his work.
Berlin works as the senior producer as well as the writer for Caucus: New Jersey, an Emmy award-winning PBS public affairs series. Through his television experience, he has had opportunities to interview an array of guests, including a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and broadcast journalist Jack Ford.
Berlin earned his bachelors degree in political science and English from Brooklyn College and his masters degree in Latin American politics from George Washington University. He earned his doctorate from Rutgers University, where he received an award for best dissertation for his focus on the political thought of Jewish immigrants. A proud father of three and grandfather of eight, he lives with his wife, Susan, in New Jersey.