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Charles S. Weinblatt

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Charles S. Weinblatt
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Higher Education Administration
Known forUniversity administrator, published author, Holocaust researcher, psychiatric and vocational rehabilitation counselor, human resources consultant, job seeking skills author, employment consultant, reviewer for the New York Journal of Books
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Charles S. Weinblatt, who retired in 2004 at the age of 51 from a rewarding career as a university administrator because of a spinal disability, is a prolific book reviewer for The New York Journal of Books, the author of several books, and a former contributing journalist for The Examiner. Weinblatt’s biography appears in the Marquis Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in American Education. In January 2021, Weinblatt was selected by the Marquis Board to receive the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

Weinblatt joined the University of Toledo in 1987 as Director of Computer Learning Centers. He became a program manager in the Human Resource Development Center and a Program Coordinator in the Division of Continuing Education. Weinblatt created the Division of Organization Development in 1995, providing management consulting, customized training, and organizational and employee assessments. He served as director until his retirement. Under his leadership, this division improved the performance of dozens of organizations throughout the United States and Canada while generating significant revenue for the University of Toledo.

Earlier in his career, Weinblatt counseled in psychotherapy, education, training, and vocational rehabilitation, serving thousands of individuals. He also managed a private employment consulting career for 20 years, providing job seeking skills training and counseling for many organizations and innumerable individuals.

Weinblatt has been a frequent television news guest as an expert on economic, management, and labor force issues, appearing more than 40 times on Toledo television news stations. The rich diversity of his career enables Weinblatt to produce books and novels that draw upon a wide range of sources and contain unforgettable, well-developed characters. Weinblatt continues to write novels, short stories, and articles in retirement. He lives with his wife in Ohio.

Other books by Charles S. Weinblatt include:

Lost & Found: An Alien Adventure - Gen Z Publishers 2023

Runaway Ducks – Smashwords - Amazon 2011

Book Marketing 101 – Smashwords - Amazon 2009

Job Seeking Skills for Students - Kendall-Hunt Publishers 1985 (out of


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A 1970 DeVilbiss High School graduate, Weinblatt received his Bachelor of Arts Degree (Psychology) from the University of Toledo’s College of Arts and Sciences in 1974. His postgraduate education was through the University of Toledo's College of Education. Weinblatt’s biography appears in the Marquis Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Education.[1] Weinblatt is a reviewer for New York Journal of Books.[2]


Weinblatt joined the University of Toledo in 1987 as director of computer training programs. He was then a program manager in the University’s Human Resource Development Center and a program coordinator in the Division of Continuing Education before creating the Division of Organization Development in March 1995, leading it until his retirement in 2004.[3][4] The division assisted dozens of companies and organizations.[5] Weinblatt also served as interim director of the Division of Individualized Studies at the University of Toledo, as a program manager in the University of Toledo's Human Resource Development Center and as an education & training counselor at the Chrysler Toledo Machining Plant[6][7] Weinblatt was appointed by President Dan Johnson in 2003 to the University of Toledo Council on Outreach and Engagement.[8]

Professional Affiliations[edit]

Weinblatt’s professional affiliations included the American Society for Training and Development and the Northwest Ohio Human Resources Association. He was a frequent Toledo television news guest on the subject of business, economic and labor-management issues.[vague]

Weinblatt has been a reviewer for the New York Journal of Books from 2008 to the present. His has reviewed many books about WWII, the Holocaust and Jewish topics, including authors Elie Wiesel and Jacob Dinezon.

Awards and honors[edit]

From 1988 until his retirement in 2004, Weinblatt was Chairman of the UAW Richard T. Gosser Scholarship Committee. He was responsible for all aspects of scholarship committee business, including selection of committee members, rating each finalist, execution of scholarship process and administration of the results for UAW Region 2-B.[9] Upon his retirement, Weinblatt received the United Auto Workers Douglas Frasier Swift Award, for community service.[10] The award is displayed at the Wayne State University Labor Studies Center. Marquis' Who's Who in America Lifetime Achievement Award.


  • Jacob's Courage: Romance and Survival amidst the Horrors of War (2023, Amsterdam Publishers) , ISBN 9789493276925, ISBN-13: 978-9493276925, Pre-order now.
  • Jacob's Courage: A Holocaust Love Story (2015, Texas Tech University Press, ISBN 978-0896729452 Search this book on .)
  • Jacob’s Courage: A Holocaust Love Story (2007, Mazo Publishers), Editions I and II. ISBN 978-965-7344-24-8 Search this book on .[11]
  • Book Marketing 101 (2009, Smashwords), ISBN 978-1-4523-0258-4 Search this book on .
  • Runaway Ducks (2011, Smashwords), ISBN 978-1-4580-1711-6 Search this book on .
  • Job Seeking Skills for Students (1987, Kendall-Hunt Publishing). ISBN 0-8403-4445-7 Search this book on .
  • Lost & Found (2016 Smashwords) ISBN 9781310966125 Search this book on . ASIN: B01CIYUVRW
  • "Hometown Reads (March 5, 2019)



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