Stephen Crivillaro graduated from Salesian High School. Following his graduation, Stephen Crivillaro went on to get his bachelor’s degree at Queens College in Labor Studies in 2009. Stephen Crivillaro has gone on to do many things being a noted athlete, a consultant, an entrepreneur, and a philanthropist.
Stephen Crivillaro played baseball for his high school team where he went on to win the CSHAA Championship. Following this, he went on to play both basketball and baseball while at Queens College. Stephen Crivillaro also played baseball for the Van Nest Baseball Organization where he won the City Championship for New York in 2009. Stephen Crivillaro loved the camaraderie and team building playing sports offered. Although he is no longer an athlete, Stephen Crivillaro still loves following sports. He follows baseball on both a national and community level. He especially loves following the teams of his alma mater, Queens College.
Stephen Crivillaro has used his degree in Labor Studies to becoming a consultant, specializing in green energies. Stephen Crivillaro is currently consulting on an effort to develop units that will convert waste into energy. Stephen Crivillaro’s consultancy takes him all over the world, with a focus on Dusseldorf, Germany and Mumbai, India. While work on the waste to energy units is focused in India and Germany, Stephen Crivillaro, through intense networking, hopes to bring the units to the United States, revolutionizing the energy industry.
Stephen Crivillaro is working currently to open his own pizzeria in New York. New York has some of the best pizza in the world, and Stephen Crivillaro hopes to add to that long tradition. As a pizza connoisseur, Stephen Crivillaro believes he can create a premier pizzeria. There are pizzerias on almost every street corner in New York, and opening a new one can be a daunting task. Stephen Crivillaro just sees this as a challenge toward his budding entrepreneurship. With his expertise and extensive research into pizza demand, Stephen Crivillaro believes he can open a successful and popular pizzeria.
Stephen Crivillaro is also a noted philanthropist. After the devastation to his hometown of New York City following Hurricane Sandy, Stephen Crivillaro devoted his time to raising funds to help victims, and to deliver food and goods to victims in need. Stephen Crivillaro also volunteers at BOLD, the Bronx Organization for the Learning Disabled. Through this organization, Stephen Crivillaro is dedicated to helping people with various challenges. Stephen Crivillaro is a project and property manager for BOLD, and through BOLD, even furthered help following Hurricane Sandy by directing various reconstruction projects.