He has served on President Obama’s inaugural committee, and was appointed by Gov. Chris Christie to serve as a member of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, which manages the Meadowlands Racetrack and Monmouth Park racetracks in Oceanport.
A native of New York City, he also co-chaired President Barack Obama’s campaign finance efforts in 2008. In addition to his work with NJBIA, John Savignano is also serving as Chief Executive Officer at Savignano Foods Group Corporation. He earned a BA from Seton Hall University and is active in numerous professional organizations.
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John Savignano is a member of the following organizations:
In addition to his contributions to NJBIA, John Savignano has supported many other community organizations over the years with his time, energy, and financial contributions.
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) is the state’s largest general business organization and one of the largest state business federations in the nation. Founded in 1898, NJBIA represents more than 10,000 member businesses. Its members include manufacturers, multinational corporations, small businesses, and foreign affiliates doing business in New Jersey. NJBIA’s mission is to improve the business climate in New Jersey by advocating for its members and their interests.
John Savignano serves as its CEO. NJBIA is headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey with an additional office in Philadelphia.
For more than two decades, John Savignano has served on the Board of Directors of The Fund for a Drug-Free New Jersey, a nonprofit organization dedicated to public education about drug abuse and prevention. He also serves as its Chairman. The Fund is funded in part by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, the Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (DASA).
John Savignano serves on the Board of Directors for the following non-profit organizations:
The Haddonfield Public Library is located in Haddon Township, New Jersey and serves over 20,000 patrons per year.