The Viscardi Center has recently appointed five new members to its boards. Joseph M. Willen of Advantage Group joins The Viscardi Center Board of Directors, and Robert Bilak from JetBlue Airways; Janet Deluca, Esq. of PSEG Long Island, John V. Pelliteri from Grassi & Co.; and Joseph N. Savasta of J.N. Savasta Group and Broadreach Medical Resources, Inc. (BMR) join the Abilities, Inc. Board of Directors.
About the appointees:
Joseph M. Willen is a Northport resident and the chief executive officer of Advantage Group, comprising five affiliated real estate service companies – Advantage Title, Advantage Foreclosure, Advantage Legal, Advantage Settlement, and Mortgage Advantage—headquartered in Melville.
Robert Bilak of Forest Hills is director of crew relations and compliance programs at JetBlue Airways. He has been a committed supporter of The Viscardi Center for several years, heading JetBlue’s partnership with the organization in an effort to promote inclusive and accessible customer service for travelers with disabilities.
Janet DeLuca, Esq. lives in Uniondale and serves on the legal counsel at PSEG. She has worked as an attorney for over 20 years, with experience in public and private sectors.
John V. Pellitteri of Plainview is a consulting partner at Grassi & Co. where he leads the healthcare services practice and accounting services division. He brings over 20 years of experience in accounting, auditing, tax planning, and business consulting.
Joseph N. Savasta from Oyster Bay is the president and CEO of J.N. Savasta Corp., a brokerage and consulting company, and the CEO of Broadreach Medical Resources, Inc., a Pharmacy Benefit Administrator (PBA) that works to optimize prescription drug benefit programs for consumers. Both companies are headquartered in Manhattan.
About The Viscardi Center: Founded by Dr. Henry Viscardi, Jr., who served as disability advisor to eight U.S. Presidents and became one of the world’s leading advocates, The Viscardi Center educates, employs and empowers people with disabilities. It provides Kindergarten through High School education (up to age 21), school-to-work youth transition services, vocational training, career counseling and employment placement, assistive technology, and adapted driver education to children, adolescents and adults with a wide variety of disabilities. The Center also assists businesses in diversifying their workforces, as well as developing and advancing disability inclusive cultures in their workplaces. Learn more at viscardicenter.org