Frank Giordano is Executive Director of the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission.

He also serves on a pro-bono basis as President of The Philly POPS, the largest stand-alone Pops orchestra in America, and founded the Atlantic Trailer Leasing Corp., a transportation and storage company that serves the Delaware Valley, in 1971.

Giordano has received numerous honors and awards for his philanthropic and professional work over his lifetime, including the prestigious Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, the Philadelphia Business Hall of Fame Award, the Philadelphia Music Alliance’s inaugural Platinum Award, and a City Council of Philadelphia Citation. In addition, he was appointed by the White House to the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center and is the Honorary Consul of Malta for Pennsylvania, promoting commercial, cultural, educational, medical, and governmental relationships between the Philadelphia region and Malta.

As a graduate of Rutgers University, he and his wife, Dottie, founded the Frank and Dorothy Giordano Endowed Scholarship at the Rutgers School of Business. The scholarship was created for full-time working students to gain financial assistance.

He and Dottie reside in Moorestown, New Jersey.