Joseph G. DiLorenzo

 
























Joe DiLorenzo was co-founder of MD Group who has held positions of CFO, COO, Chief Strategic Officer and CEO, as well as senior consulting roles in several industries, including media, technology, ERP solutions, sports and entertainment, real estate and financial services.  He has participated in two IPOs, six private placement memorandums, multiple credit facilities, including working on the integration of nine companies acquired in 13 months.

Mr. DiLorenzo was Chief Strategic Officer of   Hotbox Sports Ventures ; President/ COO of Plymouth Rock Studios ; VP of Strategic Alliances and later CFO of Jenzabar, Inc. ; CFO and SVP of Administration of the Boston Celtics ; and a department head for the   Boston Garden / Boston Bruins organization. In addition, he was a founding owner of the Maine Red Claws , the National Basketball Association Development League ’s minor league affiliate of the Boston Celtics.
 
Mr. DiLorenzo graduated from Bentley University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy.  He serves on the board of the Bentley Executive Club , and served many years as a Director, Officer and President of the Bentley University Alumni Association .
 
Mr. DiLorenzo has served in many volunteer leadership roles including Chairman of the Board and honorary life-member of the Financial Executives International (FEI). At FEI he also served as initial Chairman and member of the Diversity Committee ; member of the Organizational Alignment and Governance Task Force;  Chair of the FEI Hall of Fame Selection Advisory Council ; member of the Board of the Financial Executives Research Foundation ; board member FEI Canada ; and President of the FEI Boston Chapter
 
In addition, he has served as President of the Treasurer's Club of Boston ; President (and current advisory board member) of Community Work Services ; a member of the Greater Boston Advisory Board , the Nominating Committee and the Finance Committee of the Salvation Army ; former trustee and current member of the Audit Committee and Board of Overseers for the Franciscan Hospital for Children ; Treasurer of the Freedom Trail Foundation; a corporator and member of the Development Committee, the Strategic Planning/Marketing Committee and Board of Visitors of New England Baptist Hospital ; a board member of the Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce ; a member of the Board of Overseers, Audit Committee, and Development and Human Resources Committee of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center ;  VP and/or Director of the Downtown North Association ;  Massachusetts Chapter Vice-Chairman of the Newcomin Society of the United States ; a member of the Massachusetts State Committee of  "America Goes Back t o School” .  
 
Mr. DiLorenzo has received numerous awards and honors for his community service roles.  These include: the Boston Business Journal's F. Gorham Brigham Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award ; the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Governor's Citation ; the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Senate Citation ; the Downtown North Organizational Leadership Award ; the Downtown North Community Leadership Award ; the Franciscan Hospital for Children Certificate of Appreciation; the FEI Honorary Life Member ; the Salvation Army Certificate of Appreciation; and the Kids for Life Biggest Big Kid Award for “Exemplary Dedication to Our Foundation and Contribution to the Enrichment of Children’s Lives”.

He is also founder of " LEADERSHIP, DIVERSITY AND STRATEGIC GROWTH" , a Linked In Interest Group with 2,500 followers.