Joseph Federico, Wayne NJ

About Joseph Federico

Besides his professional duties as Vice President and Director of Operations of NJMET, Joseph Federico is a dedicated community activist. In addition to helping over a dozen local and national organizations including  the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Joseph Federico also contributes to Walk MS, an event which benefits the National MS Society.

As director of operations at NJ MET Joseph Federico also oversees the company's charity efforts, held throughout the year. These efforts benefit local, national and international organizations. Every year NJ MET awards a scholarship to a local graduating high school senior who excels in science, engineering and technology.  The 2016 recipient was Kaira Caba from  the Rosa L. Parks School of Fine & Performing Arts in Paterson, NJ..

NJ organizes holiday drives to benefit  Oasis Haven for Women and Children and Eva's Kitchen, both located in northern NJ.  2016 marks the 18th year NJ MET has run a Thanksgiving food drive for Eva's Kitchen.

Joseph Federico also plays a role in the mentoring of youth in and around his hometown of Wayne, New Jersey. For a number of years, Joseph Federico has served as coach for school basketball, softball, and soccer teams. For over 18 years, Joseph Federico has been a spiritual guide to Catholic children in the role of Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Instructor.

You can see Joe presenting at the Electronica 2014 conference by clicking on this link. Other presentations by Mr. Federico on issues relating to authenticating components  can be seen here.

Professionally, Joseph Federico’s guidance and stewardship of the company his father co-founded has established NJMET as a pioneer in the electronic and industrial sectors. As a Test Engineering Manager at NJMET in the 1980’s, Joseph Federico’s research into setting up a high reliability test department helped attract the attention of several giants in the military and aerospace industries. Soon afterward, such prestigious companies as Honeywell International Inc., Lockheed Martin Corporation, The Boeing Company, and the former British Aerospace lined up to work with NJMET.   For more information about NJMET, click here.

 

 

Joseph Federico in Israel