Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The Watson Society congratulates Roberto Race, new Honor Committee member

The Italian communications professional Roberto Race received honorary membership from The Watson Society.

"We are honoured to include Roberto Race among the members of our Honour Committee. - declares Carmelo Cutuli, President of the Association - Roberto is a young and highly esteemed professional who we know and have been following for several years and who is demonstrating a high level of leadership and professional competence that has grown over time. We are also proud of the success he is achieving abroad ".
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The Watson Society congratulates to Vice President of the Italian Red Cross, taking part in the Honor Committee

The Watson Society's President Carmelo Cutuli congratulates to Mr. Rosario Valastro, taking part in the Honor Committee of the Association.

Rosario Valastro is a Lawyer at the Supreme Court, being elected in 2016 as Vice President of the Italian Red Cross (CRI).

Graduated from the Law School of the University of Catania, he holds a Master's Degree in Science of Public Administration at University of Catania and a Second level Master in Law of the European Union and of Migration at University "Tor Vergata" in Rome.

In his career as a notable member of the Italian Red Cross, he have had covered many important roles. He was President of Red Cross Youth National School, Member of "Youth Steering Committee for the organisation of the World Red Cross and Red Crescent Youth Meeting" (IFRC Secretariat), Red Cross representative at Youth National Council and Member of European Coordination Committee.

Click here to visit the TWS Honor Committee's page.



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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The Watson Society Association congratulates to Vera Girolami being elected President of the OSDIA

Carmelo Cutuli, president of The Watson Society congratulates to Vera Girolami, being elected as new national president of the Order of Sons and Daughters of Italy in America.

With nearly 135 OSDIA national officers, trustees, state presidents, national delegates, and their guests in attendance, voting members elected Vera Girolami as the second woman OSDIA National President.

This also marks the first time in OSDIA history that women held the two top positions in the organization, which fittingly coincided with the decision to officially change the Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) name to Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America (OSDIA). To find out more about this historic moment, be sure to read the article in the Fall 2017 edition of Italian America magazine.

During the convention, leaders and delegates announced they raised $321,439 for OSDIA’s national charities:

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