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Rocco F. Andriola

Rocco F. Andriola, American lawyer, hedge fund executive. Bar: New York 1983, District of Columbia 1985, United States District Court (southern, eastern, northern and we districts), United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit) 1983, United States Court International Trade 1983, United States Court Claims 1983, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1986; licensed real estate broker.

Background

  • Andriola, Rocco F. was born on March 24, 1958 in Astoria, New York, United States. Son of Pasquale and Lena (Dituri) Andriola.

  • Education

    • Bachelor summa cum laude, Fordham University, 1979. Juris Doctor, New York University, 1982. Master of Laws (corporation law), New York University, 1986.

    Career

    • Legal assistant American Clerical Services, New York City, summers 1978-1979. Associate Ford Marrin Esposito & Witmeyer, summer 1980, Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine, New York City, summer 1981, corporation and securities associate, 1982-1986. Vice president, associate general counsel Shearson Lehman Brothers, Inc., 1986-1989, 1st vice president Capital Preservation and Restructuring Group, 1989-1991.

      Senior vice president diversified asset group Lehman Brothers, 1991-1996, managing director diversified asset group, 1996—2004, managing director, director global corporation services, 1998—2004, managing director fixed income division, 2004—2008. Managing director corporation initiatives Millennium Partners LP, since 2009.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1983, District of Columbia 1985, United States District Court (southern, eastern, northern and we districts), United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit) 1983, United States Court International Trade 1983, United States Court Claims 1983, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1986. Licensed real estate broker.

    Works

    • Projects editor New York University Moot Court Board, 1981-1982.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Board directors Symphony for United Nations, 1985-1989, Playing-to-Win, 1988-1994, Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School Alumni, 2000-2002, board governors, 2007-2010, chairman Finance Investments Committee, 2009-2010. Board directors Donate Life American, 2006-2010, New York Alliance Donation, 2006-2008. Member board advisors Fordham University, 1987-1997, since 2007, chairman board advisors, 1996-1997.

    Co-chairman Capital Campaign-Fordham College Lincoln Center, founder, executive director St. Francis Home Visitors Program, Astoria, 1983-1985. Vice president St. Francis Parish Council, Astoria, 1983-1984. Member Queens Citizens Organization, 1979-1986, Astoria Civic Association, 1983-1986, Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington, since 1992, American Liver Foundation, board directors 1993-1997, member executive committee, 1994-1997, chairman board directors 1995-1996.

    Member Long Island chapter Mothers Against Drunk Driving, since 1991. Fellow David Rockefeller Fellowship Program, 1995-1996. Board directors United Network for Organ Sharing, 1996, 97, New York Organ Donor Network, 1997—2009, member executive committee, 2000-2009, chairman governance committee, 2000-2003, vice-chairman, 2002-2003, chairman board, 2004-2005.

    Member New York City Partnership Borough Development Task Force, 2002, co-founder, co-chairman Save Lives Now New York, 2010. Advisory committee educational assembly Port Washington, 2005-2007. Member American Bar Association (former member, lieutenant governor law student division 1981-1982), New York State Bar Association (representative 1980-1982), American Corporation Counsel Association (board directors 1988-1992, vice president 1989-1990, chairman mergers and acquisitions committee New York chapter 1987-1989), Order of Barristers, Homeowners Association Port Washington (president general council 1992-1993), New York University School Law Alumni Association (board directors since 2007, member Weinfeld Program, member 25th reunion committee, member law and business mentoring program, co-chair Annual Alumni Luncheon Committee), Morewood Oaks Homeowners Association (president 1991-1993), Order Sons of Italy in American (trustee 1995-1997), Combined Health Appeal Greater New York (vice chairman, board directors 1992-1995), Port Washington Board Education (trustee 2007-2008).

    Connections

    • Married Susan A. Andriola. Children: Patrick Nicholas, Mark Vari.
    • father: Pasquale Andriola
    • mother: Lena (Dituri) Andriola
    • spouse: Susan A. Andriola
    • children: Patrick Nicholas Andriola
    • Mark Vari Andriola
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    Born March 24, 1958
    (age 59)
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