Robert E. Cherichella

Robert E. Cherichella

Title: Chairman of the Board
Company: Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra
Location: Hilton Head, South Carolina, United States

Robert E. Cherichella, Chairman of the Board at Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in symphonic music.

Mr. Cherichella’s approach to business is to be a problem solver, and since commencing his professional career this is the way he has run his personal and business endeavors. Mr. Cherichella’s bosses knew his strengths were always on the tactical end of the business, and the people who worked for him knew what was expected of them. He believes if he were to talk to them, that 99 percent of his former workforce would say the last thing they wanted to do was disappoint him, a reputation he is proud to hold. A former army infantryman, Mr. Cherichella puts one foot in front of the other and never lets an obstacle stand in his way, and he feels this approach to life has made him successful in numerous avenues. Mr. Cherichella earned a Bachelor of Arts in business administration from the University of Dayton, and upon completion of his degree, he joined the U.S. Army becoming an Infantrymen Sergeant with the Army First Division from 1969 to 1971.

Looking back on his notable career, Mr. Cherichella’s career highlight has been developing talent. The people that worked for him would say what he did best was develop their skillsets to give them as much rope as they earned. Whether it was clients, employees, or the people he worked for, he always wanted to make sure they knew what they were getting. Mr. Cherichella started his career as the vice president of AIM Management and from there he joined the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra in 2016. Now serving as the symphony orchestra’s chairman of the board, he started as a member of the executive committee and worked his way up the ladder. As a testament to his success, Mr. Cherichella was named One of the Outstanding Young Men in America by the U.S. Jaycees in 1985.

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