Valentino DiGiorgio is an entrepreneur specializing in business development and real estate investing. He is also an active philanthropist in his community.
Energized by his philanthropic pursuits, Valentino DiGiorgio is an entrepreneur who deeply values his community. A proud Christian and family man, DiGiorgio sets an emphasis on giving back to members of his community and church who are in need. In 2018, he was recognized for his professional and philanthropic accomplishments by the Sons of Italy. His local chapter of the organization presented him with the Distinguished Italian-American Award.
Val DiGiorgio’s expertise is refined by his educational experiences. Currently, he maintains degrees from both Temple University and Villanova University.
In 1989, Valentino DiGiorgio graduated Magna Cum Laude from Temple University’s School of Business Administration with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Economics and Finance. Established in 1918, Temple’s School of Business Administration (also known as The Richard J. Fox School of Business and Management) is a prestigious business school located on the east coast. During his time at Temple University, DiGiorgio solidified his foundation as an entrepreneur. His experience introduced him to the fundamentals of business management, international business, economics and finance.
In 1994, Val DiGiorgio continued his education by receiving his Juris Doctor (JD) from Villanova University. During his enrollment, DiGiorgio was active on the Villanova campus. A proud alum of the University, he hopes to work directly with the institution in a professional capacity in the future.
Valentino DiGiorgio is a philanthropist who wears numerous hats. He deeply values any and all opportunities to support his community and church. Throughout his career, DiGiorgio has been passionate about community building and the creation of opportunities for those in need. Since 2017, he has represented the Advisory Board of Independence Blue Cross (IBC). DiGiorgio also represents the Board of Directors at Saints John Neumman & Maria Goretti Catholic High School.
Val DiGiorgio’s STEAM Scholarship, which consists of an individual award totaling $2,500, is available to students pursuing STEAM educations in the United States, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. The deadline for application is April 30, 2021.
Val DiGiorgio and his family are proud supporters of the United States Military and local law enforcement. That’s why he recently established a scholarship directed towards the family members of America’s heroes. The deadline to apply is April 2021 — so act fast!