Anthony DiSalvo

Mr. Anthony DiSalvo is Chair of the Regional Water Authority. His community involvement includes acting as treasurer for the Integrated Refugee and Immigration Service, the International Association of New Haven and the Visiting Nurse Association of New Haven. Mr. DiSalvo’s former positions held in the community include president of the Greater New Haven Manufacturers' Association and Cornerstone, Inc., as well as acting as a commissioner for the Connecticut Board of Mental Health and the Quinnipiac Valley Health District.

Mr. DiSalvo was a driving force for the Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund and served the Department of Mental Health Catchment Area Council in the role of director. He is affiliated with the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists and the American Management Association.

Mr. DiSalvo attended Salem State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree. He later continued his education at the University of Hartford, receiving a Master of Science degree and a Ph.D. from Antioch University. Mr. DiSalvo is the former assistant superintendent of schools in Gardner, Massachusetts, associate administrator at Connecticut Mental Health Center in New Haven and CEO of Cello, LTD and Viola Audio Labs.

Mr. DiSalvo has been able to influence young minds through his position as professor of business at Antioch/New England Graduate School, Southern Connecticut State University’s graduate school and Albertus Magnus’ graduate school. He has also been a lecturer in psychiatry at Yale University.