Author Talks Jobs in Rhode Island
Posted on July 20, 2010
Author and corporate financial management expert Domenic Sgambellone is offering some sound office about creating jobs in Rhode Island.
Unemployment, illegal immigration, budget deficits, and economic trends continue to dominate the daily news with a variety of opinions. One such informative and frank voice is Sgambellone (pronounced skam-bell-own-ee), a corporate financial management expert by trade, and the author of a bold but practical new book titled *”The America of My Dreams: A Political Manifesto.
Besides the recognition that he received for his pioneer style contributions to the business community, Domenic is now a hit after his recent national radio and TV media tour for his common sense, yet insightful approach to solving problems plaguing the Unites States of America.
In “The America of My Dreams: A Political Manifesto,” Domenic explains the necessity for change in US policies for major issues such as immigration, election reform, US Congress term reform, and social security reform.
As a man who was instrumental to the corporate giant, Ferrero, when the company first opened its doors in the USA, Domenic is highly experienced in corporate business.
It was Domenic who established the concept of “self-insurance” to the construction business in Rhode Island forever changing the way the industry operated in the state.
Domenic was once again on the cutting edge when he introduced a fifty page safety manual to the construction business in Rhode Island setting new standards for the industry.
“I immigrated to the United Sates in 1963,” stated Domenic. “I saw the US as the land of opportunity and I worked hard during the daytime for many years while attending college at night.”
“It was, in fact, the land of opportunity for me. I was able to obtain an MBA in Finance from Seton Hall University and go on to a successful career in finance and corporate management ever since.”
“I love the USA and it has been very good to me, but I have seen many things deteriorate over the last couple of decades. That’s why I am now exercising my right and duty to speak out about making some positive changes in American policies.”