Executive Vice President in New York
Steven Virgadamo is currently the Executive Vice President of Bursari and the former Associate Superintendent for Leadership at the Archdiocese of New York. While working with the Archdiocese, Steven Virgadamo provided the organization with countless improvements and direction. Steven Virgadamo’s primary responsibilities included providing direct oversight and formation to 21st-century school leaders. At Bursari, Steven helps provide an easier way to make payments online for anything related to education.
Steven also serves as the Executive Director of the Curran Catholic School Leadership Academy. In this philanthropic role Steven mentors 16 Curran Principal Academy Fellows, secures $300,000+ annually in philanthropic support of the Curran Principal Fellows, and organizes and collaborates with corporate sponsors to fund the bi-annual principal meeting and retreats.
While working with the Archdiocese of New York, Steven Virgadamo has accomplished numerous tasks that have furthered the mission effectiveness of the Archdiocese and the Regional Global School System. Recently he served as the architectural engineer of a school leader appraisal process which is being used in the Archdiocese of New York and many other church affiliated schools throughout the United States.
Before his current career as an educational leader and his work as a philanthropist, Steven Virgadamo was one of the small number of people in history to receive an appointment to each one of the United States Military Academies. Steven is incredibly honored to have learned so many skills that have helped him professionally from his time serving his country.
Steven's efforts have also earned him recognition from Delta Airlines: "Delta Airlines recognizes Steven Virgadamo as an elite member of their frequent flyer corps by naming him a Flying Colonel and a lifetime platinum member of the SkyMiles program. Steven has flown nearly 6 million miles on a delta aircraft in his work to serve Catholic schools. He is not one to rely on what has been accomplished, but what is yet to be done."