Steve Koepp, From Day One

“One of the things women do better than men (generally speaking) is listen and collaborate for the betterment of the entire community.”

Steve Koepp

Steve Koepp, a co-founder and Chief Content Officer of From Day One, shared the story behind his title with us on July 10, 2022.

In addition to being co-founder and Chief Content Officer of From Day One, a conference series and media outlet focused on innovative ways for companies to foster stronger relationships with their employees, customers, and communities, Steve is also a regular media commenter on the relationship between companies and their employees, customers, and community. At a time when society holds businesses to a rising level of accountability, From Day One explores how companies can build well-grounded values into their business—diversity, responsibility, transparency—and stick with them in an economy driven by disruption.

Steve is a veteran journalist who has served as executive editor of Time and Fortune, editorial director of Time Inc. Books, founder of the local Brooklyn publication The Bridge, and co-writer of a movie about journalism, The Paper. While he has lived in New York City for most of his life and has adopted its customs, he’s a native of the ultimate swing state, Wisconsin, and a stockholder in the Green Bay Packers.


Steve spent his entire career working in publishing, reporting and editing in executive roles at Time, Fortune and Newsweek.  Having his very first boss be a woman, he realized early on the different type of energy women bring to the workplace. Now his goal is to help businesses and companies focus more on their relationships with the people they work with and their well-being in order to bring about better outcomes and profitability.  

Listen to our interview with Steve below!

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