Jeff Steiner Talks Fatherhood, Dads’ Resource Center & More 

Jeff Steiner from the Dads’ Resource Center joins me to talk about his fatherhood journey. After that, he shares the values he looks to instill into his kids. In addition, Jeff tells me that because he never knew his father he wanted to make sure he was always there for his kids. Next, we talk about the great work he and his colleagues do at the Dads’ Resource Center. After that we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. 

About Jeff Steiner

Jeff and his wife, Gwen Steiner have two daughters Alexa and Zoey. He has served as Board Vice President, Central Pennsylvania School Employee Benefit Trust Trustee, Intermediate Unit 10 Representative and Chair of the Construction Committee. A graduate of Penn State (M.Ed. Counseling Education) Jeff is the Executive Director of the Dads’ Resource Center. In this role he serves on the Centre County Sexual and Domestic Violence Task Force and the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Council. In addition he is part of the leadership team for the Strong Families Commission’s Symposium Organizing Committee. 

About The Art of Fatherhood Podcast 

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with fantastic dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. In addition, you get a unique perspective on fatherhood from guests like Joe Montana, Kevin Smith, Danny Trejo, Jerry Rice, Jeff Foxworthy, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Kinney, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kyle Busch, Dennis Quaid, Dwight Freeney and many more. Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts.

4 thoughts on “Jeff Steiner Talks Fatherhood, Dads’ Resource Center & More ”

  1. Fantastic Conversation! We need more of this in all the communities across the US. The staggering amount of fatherlessness especially now during Covid where fathers are beign battered to the wall is astonishing. Thank you guys! Keep up the great work!

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts. We are trying to keep the conversation going that kids need their dads in their lives.


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