Bob GiordanoCommunity Advisor
As an activist and resident of Yorktown since 1988, Bob has extensive experience in the community, volunteering with the Lions Club, Christopher Columbus Society of Yorktown, Historical Society, Huntersville Association and Yorktown School Board Facilities Committee. Bob is a past President of the Historical Society, past Treasurer and President of the Huntersville Association. Bob was appointed by the Town Board to advisory positions on both the Landmarks Preservation Committee and the Yorktown Planning Board where he served for many years. His extensive corporate (IBM, Data General Corp.) and business management experience enabled him to start several small businesses (IT Consulting, Home Improvement, Project Management) and to play a key role in re-establishing the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce after years of dormancy. He served on the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce as a Director, as Treasurer and Chairman. Bob drafted a local law and recommended that the town enact a business improvement board in 2006. He founded the Yorktown Small Business Association in 2014, a non-partisan 501-c-3 not-for-profit corporation, dedicated to fostering progressive and sustainable economic development opportunities for local small business.