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consultant , Business education educator

Louis Joseph DeSalvo, business education educator, consultant.


DeSalvo, Louis Joseph was born on March 3, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Anthony and Josephine DeSalvo.


Bachelor of Science in Business, DePaul University, 1966. Master of Education in Administration, DePaul University, 1972.


Chairman, instructor business education department Providence-St. Mel's High School, Chicago, 1966—1969. Administrative assistant director DePaul University, 1968—1970. Instructor business education Lyons Township High School, Illinois, 1969—1975, curriculum workshop coordinator, since 1970.

Career education coordinator, since 1975. Training specialist Chicago Skill Center, 1970—1976. Instructor Triton Community College, since 1973, Moraine Valley Community College, since 1982.

Auditor Continental Illinois Bank, Chicago, 1967—1969, Cumberland Investment, La Grange. Consultant in field; lecturer. Adviser educational & business agencies.

Resource person to director of consumer affairs, Washington.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Consumer Finance, 1977. Author: (with other) Graduation, Then What. Author: several learning packets and microcomputer programs.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member of National Education Association, DePaul University Alumni Association in Education, Illinois Business Education Association, Chicago Area Business Educators Association, American Council on Consumer Interests, Illinois Cooperative Vocal. Education Coordinators Association (president), Catholic Business Education Association, Illinois Consumer Education Association, Illinois Education Association, Illinois Federation Consumers, Illinois Office Education Association, Illinois Vocational Association, National Business Education Association, National Cooperative Work Experiences Education Association (vice president), Kappa Delta Pi.


Anthony DeSalvo

Josephine DeSalvo