JoAnn Cavallaro is an Executive Advisor and Consultant at King & Bishop with over 25-years’ experience successfully leading businesses through complex transitions. She is an intuitive business executive who provides value to CEO’s, their organizations and their boards through expert guidance as they navigate strategic, operational complexities and challenges to help them reach their potential through growth and change. JoAnn consistently enables organizations in reaching their goals and delivering breakthrough results.
During her career, JoAnn had the opportunity to act as an interim COO and serve as CEO of an early stage software company which she led to an early exit.
Throughout her career, JoAnn has remained equally dedicated to her professional achievements as well as her development of talent. She works with clients in many different industries and has led diverse projects in areas ranging from strategic planning and execution to service delivery to organizational infrastructure overhaul to turnarounds. JoAnn has also held senior executive positions with leading national communications and broadband companies serving in operating roles with full P&L responsibility.
JoAnn’s areas of expertise include-
JoAnn earned a B.A. from Fordham University, an M.A. at Southern Connecticut State University, graduated from Duke University Business School in Executive Education and Advanced Management Development and attended the Leadership Program at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University. She is the president and chair on the board of The Boston Club, the largest executive and professional women’s membership organization in New England. She is also a frequent speaker and panelist on topics relating to leadership, the advancement of women and women on boards.
JoAnn is also the president-elect of the national board of the InterOrganization Network (ION). She is a director of Coastal Soundings, Inc., an entertainment & real estate holding company and she previously served on the board of eVisioner, Inc. (until its acquisition). She is a former Trustee of the Board of Women in Cable & Telecommunications.