Articles by John Grimaldi

John Grimaldi

Mr. Grimaldi began his career as a reporter for the Associated Press and subsequently joined the pioneering public relations firm of Carl Byoir & Associates in New York where he was a group vice president. He served for a period as part of the first non-partisan communications department in the New York State Assembly [he was Press Secretary to the Speaker for Membership Affairs]. Subsequently, Mr. Grimaldi became a member of the Board and Executive Vice President of the Braun & Company, a leading international business and public relations consultancy.

John Grimaldi is a founding member of the Board of Directors of Priva Technologies, Inc. and he has served for more than thirty years as a Trustee of Daytop Village Foundation, which oversees a worldwide drug rehabilitation network.

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The Human Spirit is Resilient and Irrepressible Amid COVID-19 Crisis

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The Government Can Garnish Your Social Security Benefits If You Default on Student Loan Debt, Even If You Just Cosigned For The Loan

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It’s Not About Dying at a Very Ripe Old Age; It’s About Preserving the Quality of Life as We Grow Old

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Socialism is Playing a Big Role in the Early Days of This Year’s Presidential Election

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When Is a Memory Lapse a Reason To Get Medical Attention?

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It’s Not Too Late To Take Precautions Against The Flu; The Threat Of Infection Can Last Several Additional Months, says AMAC

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U.S. Is On a ‘Cyberwar Footing’ as Iran Ponders Continued Retaliation For The Killing of a Top General

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Raise a Glass to the New Year, But Drink Responsibly

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Have a Very Merry and Funny Holiday Season: Off-Beat Holiday Tales

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Telehealth Has Established Its Place in 21st Century Healthcare, but Be Careful How You Use It, Warns AMAC