Anthony "Tony" Galioto '67

A Call to Servant Leadership

Anthony "Tony" Galioto '67

Tony Galioto chose Seton Hall because it was a Catholic university close to his home in Bloomfield, New Jersey. After graduating in 1967 with a B.S. in psychology and uncertain about his future, he served a two-year stint with the Peace Corps in Colombia. Far from home, he was fulfilling his call to servant leadership. After his term ended, he remained in Colombia for 18 years, working for several organizations.

He returned to the United States fluent in Spanish, and continued his servant leadership philosophy as an insurance executive for more than 30 years. He held leadership positions with AIG and York Insurance Services, which included offices in Paris and London and frequent travels around the world. “All leaders must be servants to their employees, clients and to the mission of their organizations,” Tony believes.

Now retired, Tony enjoys relaxing on the beach and remains an avid Pirates basketball fan. He is also an active member of the President’s Advisory Group (PAG) for the College of Arts and Sciences and financially supports the University in many ways, including the Anthony J. Galioto Endowed Scholarship.

Out of gratitude for his time at Seton Hall and conscious of the legacy he would like his children and grandchildren to be proud of, he has chosen to leave a specific bequest in his will to support undergraduate studies in the Department of Psychology.

At a Glance: Bequests

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