Italian Leadership in America - Project Presentation
A co-production i-Italy / NIAF
A series of in-depth interviews with prominent leaders of Italian extraction in Washington, DC. Co-produced with the National Italian American Foundation, the series shows how much the Italian-American community has achieved, in so many different halls of power, in the nations' capital.
It also highlights that even the most accomplished Italian Americans are willing to share their Italian stories and acknowledge that their heritage is at the core of who they are.
The first series of interviews features:
• Samuel Anthony Alito,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Courtof the United States.
• Patricia de Stacy Harrison
President and chief executive officer of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Vice Chair of the NIAF Board of Directors
• Anthony Stephen Fauci
Medical scientist and immunologist. Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
• Anita Bevacqua McBride
Executive-in Residence at the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, American University in Washington, DC.
• Luigi Diotaiuti
Award-winning chef-restaurateur. Member of the State Department's American Chef Corps.
• Mario W. Cardullo
Engineer, inventor and entrepreneur. Received the first patent for a passive, read-write Radio-frequency identification tag.
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