Giacomo F. Cesareo III

Secretary, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

Giacomo F. Cesareo III

Giacomo F. Cesareo III

Secretary, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

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Interim President & Chief Executive Officer at International House of Philadelphia

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Director of Program Development & Engagement at International House of Philadelphia

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Director, Undergraduate Studies Program in Psychology at Drexel University

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Finance Chair at Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center

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Manager at Dual Therapeutics LLC

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Board Member at Russell Byers Charter School

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Honorary Member, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

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Member, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

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Member, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

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Member, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia

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Giacomo F. Cesareo III
Secretary, Board of Trustees at International House of Philadelphia
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TO MAINTAIN A DIVERSE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY FOR SCHOLARS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, WHILE INTRODUCING THEM TO THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE; SOURCE OF DISTINCTIVE PROGRAMMING.