Company: Violante Strategies, LLC
Location: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
Joseph Violante, President of Violante Strategies, LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in communications for Veteran Affairs and Department of Defense issues.
With a background steeped in dedicated military service, Mr. Violante understands the needs of veterans and how and where the government can provide more care. From 1969 to 1972, Mr. Violante was a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps. Upon returning to civilian life, he enrolled and studied for nearly two years at St. Peter’s College before earning a Bachelor of Arts in history and political science at the University of New Mexico in 1975. He continued at the University of La Verne to receive a JD in 1980. After admittance to the California State Bar in 1981, he worked in a sole practice until 1985 and then joined as an attorney and consultant on the Board of Veteran Appeals. From 1990 to 2015, he worked for Disabled Veterans Affairs in various roles including as national legislative director, legislative counsel and staff counsel. In 2016, Mr. Violante co-founded and became the president of Violante Strategies. In this respect, Mr. Violante ensures that veterans are made aware of what’s going on in their communities.
Mr. Violante attributes his success to his mentors Napoleon Hill, W. Clement Stone, Og Mandino and Darren Hardy. These mentors are all authors of self-help books that Mr. Violante found incredibly important to building his own career. From 1991 to 1994, Mr. Violante was a co-host of the cable TV show Veterans Forum. He has also maintained professional affiliation with a variety of organizations. These include the Federal Bar Association, the Knights of Columbus, the American Bar Association, the National Italian American Foundation, the California Bar Association and the National Foundation of Women Legislators. He maintains connected to his military roots with involvement with the VFW, the 2nd Battalion 4th Marine Association, the Marine Corps League, the Italian-American War Veterans, the American Legion and the 3rd Marine Division Association.
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