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Joseph Giglio


Joseph Giglio, currently serves as Executive Professor at the Graduate School of Business at Northeastern University. In 1998, 1999 and 2000 he was selected as the outstanding teacher by honor society students at Northeastern University College of Business. Formerly, he was an Executive Vice President at Smith Barney Shearson, Inc., served as President of Chase Municipal Securities, Inc. and was Senior Managing Director of Bear, Stearns and Company.

Before joining Bear, Sterns and Company, Mr. Giglio held a series of senior management positions with the federal government as well as the City of New York and New York State. He served as Chairman of the National Council on Public Works Improvement which released its final report, Fragile Foundations, in 1988. He chaired the U.S. Senate Budget Committee's Commission in 1986 which explored the potential for state and local government investment in infrastructure and served as financial advisor to the European Economic Community. Mr. Giglio is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Intelligent Transportation Society of America ('ITS America'). He also serves on the Transportation Research Board's Committee on Taxation and Finance; Kuala ealthcare, Inc., Infu-Tech, Inc.; Hazel Bishop, Inc.; he is the Vice Chairman of the Hudson Institute and is the former Chairman of the Public-Private Division of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association and a member of the Massachusetts Higher Education Financing Authority.

Mr. Giglio holds a B.A. degree from Rutgers University, a M.P.A. degree from New York University and a Masters degree from Columbia University Business School.



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