- Associate Professor of the School of Business
- International Programs
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Salvatore Snaiderbaur graduated with a Doctor in Jurisprudence in April, 1990 at the State University of Palermo in Italy. Throughout his career, he has developed very diversified expertise and experiences in International Administration as well as in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations and Public Affairs.
From 2005 to 2008 he taught at Benedictine College while serving as Executive Director for the Center of International Education, establishing the college's campus in Florence and participating to the growth of the campuses in Hong Kong and in mainland China. In August 2008 he became a full time professor in the Benedictine College School of Business while continuing to serve as Managing Director of the Asian Programs.
From 1998 to 2005, he worked for the International Division of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center as Vice Director General of a Transplant Hospital, funded and built in partnership with the Sicilian Government in order to serve patients coming from the Mediterranean basin.
From 1997 to 1998, he served as Assistant Director of Resources Inc., an educational program for immigrants and refugees, sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, NY.
From 1995 to 1997 he was Director General of an Association of 200 firms in the Textile and Fashion Industry; in the same period he was appointed as General Secretary of the CRIET – AITIT, the European commission for the Textile Industry’s economic development in Brussels.
He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in International Business Management at the ISM - International School of Management in New York and Paris.
Doctor of Jurisprudence, University of Palermo Italy