John Baldino

John Baldino

john baldino is the president of Humareso, a global human resources consulting firm. He has 30 years of experience in human resources and leadership development.

A keynote speaker at US and international conferences, he shares content and thoughts on leadership, collaboration and innovation, employee success, organizational design and development as well as inclusion and diversity. He is also the proud dad of three amazing young adults.

Early Life and Education

John Baldino was born in Paramus, New Jersey. He is the youngest candidate to run for state assembly this year, and has already served in local government.

He is a graduate of Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications: Digital Media and Broadcast Production. He also holds a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Excelsior College in Albany, New York with a concentration in Philosophy and Religious Studies.

He is a Secular Franciscan and a member of St. Maximilian Kolbe’s Militia of the Immaculata. In addition to his professional career, he maintains an active ministry in the Catholic Church. He serves as a Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, hospice spiritual minister and presider at wake and grave-site services.

Professional Career

John Baldino is a human resources expert with 30 years of experience in the industry. He currently serves as president of Humareso, a global human resources consulting firm.

As the founder of Humareso, John focuses on strategic consulting to set companies up for success. He works with companies to develop employee inventories, recruit for talent gaps, assess markets for growth and develop long-term succession plans.

He has also published content and thoughts on leadership, collaboration and innovation, employee success, organizational design, and development as well as inclusion and diversity. He has a strong passion for making work more human. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, writing, terrorizing his nieces and nephews, and binge-watching Star Trek reruns. He lives in a suburb of Scranton, Pennsylvania with his Yorkie Liza.

Achievements and Honors

One of the most prominent achievements of John Baldino was his invention of a photo-realistic arcade fighting game, Super Turbo Arena 2. This was a big hit in the early 2000s, and he was able to sell the idea to a major video game publisher for a cool $20 million.

Another accomplishment was the company he founded, Telespond Senior Services Inc., which provides life-enriching services to older adults and their families on a community wide and individual basis. This company was a pioneer in the field, and they have an extensive list of clients including the Salvation Army, the Wright Center, the Lackawanna County School District and a slew of local businesses. Their motto is to provide a high quality and affordable service.

Personal Life

John Baldino is the founder of Humareso, a full-service human resources consulting firm that focuses on employee engagement and leadership development. He has 28 years of experience in HR and is committed to making work more human.

A Secular Franciscan, he maintains an active ministry in the Catholic Church and is a member of St. Maximilian Kolbe’s Militia of the Immaculata.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and a Master of Arts from Excelsior College in Albany, New York. He is also pursuing a second Master’s degree in Pastoral Theology.

Police said Baldino was a paid director for Young Life South Jersey, a Christian youth group that has branches in Evesham and Burlington County. He was arrested Monday and charged with molesting seven teenage male members of the group.

Net Worth

John Baldino has an estimated net worth of $21 million. He is an American lawyer and politician, currently serving as the senior United States senator from Connecticut. He has also held the position of attorney general of Connecticut from 1991 to 2011. His net worth is derived from his salary, earnings and assets.

He has been married to Melissa Baldino since 2013. She is the chief maker of the TV program America’s Test Kitchen. She is also a co-founder of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street, an online media firm that incorporates a magazine and website for video web recordings. She and her husband have three children together: Charles, Whitney, and Emily. They were married on 30 June 2013 at Memorial Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Their relationship has been characterized as a happy and stable one.

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