Brendan Vigorito

Brendan has been providing corporate training for companies, governmental agencies, finance institutions and non-profit agencies in the area of overall wellness. Topics have included personal finances from budgeting, credit reports, identity theft, building savings and first time homeownership. Brendan has also taught workshops on Ethics and Values in the Workplace, Communications Skills, Having a Positive Attitude, and Sleep Basics. He has his personal trainer’s certification and enjoys working out and hiking. He has served as an intermediary for the Virginia Individual Development Accounts program, an 8:1 savings program to help new businesses and first time home buyers. He conducts webinars on the national level for consumers on financial and corporate matters. Audiences have included United States Department of Justice, Harvard University, Federal Reserve Bank, National Basketball Association, National Football League, New York Times, Virginia Tech, Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice and Federal Housing Administration.

Brendan has organized and led teams to work with disaster relief victims on the domestic and international level. Trips have included Russia, Kosovo and the Dominican Republic. He has a Bachelor’s degree from Stonehill College in Business Administration and is a home school dad of over 20 years.