Attorney Joseph P. Stampone of Philadelphia was recently appointed to serve a second term as the National Italian American Political Action Committee (NIA-PAC) president. He has served as a board member since 2000.
According to Stampone, "I am energized by the scope of the initiatives of NIA-PAC this year. We recently moved our headquarters from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.” He said, “Just one of our goals is to grow from a regionally-known political action committee to one with national reach.” The PAC also launched a new website earlier this month and hosted their most successful Carnevale to date in February 2009.
Joseph P. Stampone, Esq., is the founder and managing shareholder of The Stampone Law Firm. A native of Northeast Philadelphia, Stampone is actively involved in the community. In 2005, Stampone was given the distinct honor of being knighted in Rome, Italy, as a “Cavalieri di Cristo” with the Templar Order of the Poor Knights of Christ.
Stampone has served as an officer and commissioner of the Lower Gwynedd Little League; member of the Order of Sons of Italy in America, Tacony/Mayfair Lodge; member and counsel to the United Independent Italian American Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and a member of the Torresdale-Mayfair Lion’s Club.
The Stampone Law Firm is a team of dedicated attorneys and legal administrators who strive to provide ethical, forthright, and enlightened legal representation, prompt client responsiveness, diligent preparation, and unwavering intensity. Their goal is to pursue the best course of action in litigating cases while understanding their clients’ individual needs and personal situations. They respect and value their clients and their professional responsibility to them. For more information, call 215-663-0400.
The mission of the National Italian American Political Action Committee (NIA-PAC) is: to promote Italian-American candidates for political office; to have an active role in the appointment of Italian-Americans to government positions; and to support legislation as it affects the concerns of the Italian-American community.