Greg Tondi

Greg Tondi

Controller
Tel: 212.703.5080

Greg Tondi serves as USCIB’s Controller, bringing with him expertise in not-for-profit and private sector accounting, finance and academics. Prior to joining USCIB, Tondi was Controller at the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, NJ for a couple years. Before assuming his Controller position at the College of St. Elizabeth, Tondi was an Associate Manager of Accounting and Financial Analyst for Prudential Financial. He also spent several years as a high school teacher. Tondi enjoys teaching and continues as an Adjunct Professor at New Jersey City University where he received his Masters in Accounting. Tondi received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Rutgers University. He co-published an industry paper on the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on small businesses.

Greg Tondi is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New Jersey.

Recent USCIB News

US Business Priorities for UNGA High-Level Opening Week (9/19/2019) - On the occasion of the High Level Opening Week of the UN General Assembly on the urgent and intertwined topics of climate change and sustainable development, USCIB joins with many others in highlighting the critical importance of inclusive multilateralism as a means to increase pace and impact to meet climate, financing for development and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) commitments and objectives, involving all societal partners, including the private sector. In each of these three areas, economic policies that drive growth and job creation will be critical to generate the necessary resources and enable business to make its strongest contributions to implementation.
USCIB Informs UN High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation (9/17/2019) - USCIB submitted a letter on the final report of the United Nations High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation (HLPDC). The HLPDC was established by the UN Secretary-General in July 2018 to identify good examples and propose modalities for working cooperatively across sectors, disciplines and borders to address challenges in the digital age. USCIB had previously submitted two other sets of comments aiming to shape the substance of the final report.
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