Title: Corporate Consultant
Company: System Logistics
Location: East Meadow, New York, United States
Alfio G. Brunetti, Jr., Director at System Logistics, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in program technology.
Having accrued nearly 35 years of professional experience in his industry, Mr. Brunetti initially found his passion for working with computers while serving as a staff member at Bell Laboratories. In 1970, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics and management from Manhattan College and went on to achieve a Master of Business Administration in economics and computer science from Pace University in 1975. To add to his educational expertise, Mr. Brunetti furthered his skills by becoming certified in protection professional by ASIS International in critical incident stress management by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and in SKYWARN by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Since 1992, Mr. Brunetti has notably served as the director of System Logistics, where he utilizes his area of expertise is contingency planning, disaster recovery, and certified protection professionalism. In this role, he is also distinguished for his proficiency in proprietary information, computer information security, and certified information professionalism. Prior, Mr. Brunetti was the senior program project manager at NYNEX BISC NYNEX Corp., AT&T R&D, Lucent, Bank One and Roslyn Bank between 1986 and 1992. Additionally, he had also gained experience as a systems programmer for Mabel.
Presently, Mr. Brunetti holds membership with the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, National Military Intelligence Association, Knights Templar, Mason, and Grand Street Boy’s Club. He is also a founding member of the Bronx Conservative Party and the Windows of the World Club at the World Trade Center, which he notes as one of his greatest achievements. In addition to his civic duties, Mr. Brunetti is chairman of the Chris Larkman Tournament South Nassau Communities Hospital and a captain technology officer with the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol, of which he was formerly a commander in the 1990s. Finding great success within these positions, Mr. Brunetti was the recipient of a Commander Achievement Award and twice-named Mason of the Year.
Looking back on his career trajectory, Mr. Brunetti is most proud of rebuilding all of the 184,000 phone records for the companies that were affected by a fire on Second Avenue in New York City. Additionally, he is also proud to have made a state of the art fishing rod for former president George Bush Sr. Mr. Brunetti attributes his success to his parents who instilled a solid set of values and morals in him. In five years’ time, he would like to land a teaching job, as well as continue his hobby of tool collecting.
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