An Associate Superintendent for Leadership at the Archdiocese of New York, Steve Virgadamo continues to dedicate his entire career to furthering the catholic church’s social impact. As a result, Steve has contributed endless improvements and direction to a professional network of 21st century school leaders.
Apart from working with the Archdiocese of New York Steve Virgadamo is known for improving the efficiency of the Regional Global School System. Steve has been an integral member of the Archdiocese of New York and many other church affiliated schools throughout the United States. Recently, he served as the architectural engineer of a school leader appraisal process, which is utilized throughout various church affiliated teaching environments. From associate superintendent to leader and philanthropist, Steve continues to be the most premier consultant for catholic educational institutions. Steve’s particular method of building and contributing to the Archdiocese of New York through education management resulted in record levels of funds. These philanthropic funds will continue to be used in order to further the expansion and efficiency of catholic institutions throughout the United States.
While serving and building the catholic educational community, Steve also Mentors 16 Curran Principal Academy Fellows under the title of Executive Director of the Curran Principal Academy. This role requires Steve Virgadamo to Organize and Collaborate with corporate sponsors to fund bi-annual meetings and retreats. In order to successfully excel as an Executive Director, Steve must also Secure $300,000+ annually in philanthropic support of the Curran Principal Fellows.
Steve Virgadamo Previous Careers:
Apart from his work as a philanthropist, leader and superintendent, Steve Virgadamo was employed by the University of Notre Dame, located in Notre Dame, Indiana, as the Associate Director of the Alliance for Catholic Education. Steve provided new methods of leadership and consulting to the University for over three years. His specialties include strategic planning, executive searches, marketing, enrollment, and development. His work for the North American Territory for Legion of Christ and the the College of Humanities located in Cheshire, Connecticut set him apart from many in his field. As the National Director of Development, Steves responsibilities included fundraising and overseeing finances for fundraising operations. Moreover, Steve employed his responsibilities at the College of Humanities. There Steve began to develop a unique strategic fundraising plan for overseeing finances. Steve’s influences and efforts to improve an integrated global system gained recognition regularly throughout Europe, Mexico, South America, and Central America. With that being said, Steve Virgadamo developed a developmental strategy with the Chief Development Officers for the Legion of Christ that he continues to utilize present day.
Steve Virgadamo is a proven leader with 20+ years of experience in working with the Catholic School Management. With 2000 institutions in 43 states, Steve dedicated his efforts to the growth and expansion of CSM. As a founding Associate with the firm, Steve Virgadamo contributed to cultivation and business endeavors in order to develop training programs on various topics. His efforts fueled from the large scale perspective of lasting partnerships and leadership management.
Steve Virgadamo’s Education and Military Career:
Prior to his work as an educational leader and philanthropist, Steve Virgadamo was one of the few in the history to receive an appointment to each of the United States Military Academies. While at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Steve mainly focused on excelling as a leader and student. To this day Steve often employs the skills he acquired while serving his country. Steve Virgadamo also attended St. Francis College and completed graduate studies at the new School for Social Research and Long Island University. As a family man and patriot he continues to commit to his personal mantra: God, country and family.