Gaccione asks Lyndhurst what’s on your minds

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“Why am I running? As a graduate of Lyndhurst public schools, I want to give back to the school district, staff, and community that helped me get where I am today. As my own children begin to enter the school system, I want to see Lyndhurst Schools continue to improve and give every child the opportunity to meet his or her potential.

“As a product of this town, and as a parent, I have a vested interest in securing Lyndhurst’s future. Our policies can be smarter and our schools safer. Let’s work together to make Lyndhurst a beacon of success for our county and our state.”

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About GIOVANNI GACCIONE


A YOUNG FAMILY

Giovanni is the father of two and husband to his wife Kathy. The young couple just welcomed their newest addition to the family this past October 3rd!


A REAL CONNECTION TO LYNDHURST PUBLIC SCHOOLS

An alumnus of the Lyndhurst school system. Attended Roosevelt School (K-8) and Lyndhurst High School.

REAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

BS (Bachelor of Science) of Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology – Class of 2009

MS (Masters of Science) of Management of Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology – Class of 2011

MBA (Master of Business Administration) from Columbia University – Class of 2017


REAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Giovanni runs the global business unit for State, Local, and Education Business at Genetec. He’s been with Genetec for seven years, starting in technical sales and growing to his current position.

Genetec creates software for security, operations, and intelligence. Giovanni’s division focuses on creating software for protecting schools, towns, cities, and nations. For more information on what Genetec does here is a short clip.


GIOVANNI GACCIONE

Smarter, safer schools to secure the future of educational success.


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