Mr. Sordillo has over 35 years of experience providing risk engineering services to residential, commercial and industrial accounts. He has held senior global leadership positions at three major international insurance organizations, as well as experience with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
He was first elected to office in 1999 and has been Mayor of Warren Township for 6 terms.
Mr. Sordillo is a Tufts University graduate where he studied structural engineering. He is a registered NJ professional civil and fire protection engineer. In addition, he is a Certified Safety Professional.
He has been a guest speaker at many different venues including American Society of Civil Engineers, AICPA CFO’s annual meeting and the ASSP seminar program. His topics cover innovative approaches in safety and security. Recent publications include: “Preventable Risks Your Law Firm May Be Overlooking” in Law 360, the cover story, “What are the Odds” for Risk Management Insights, “Continuity Planning” for the National Safety Council and a “Supply Chain Risks” white paper.
He has held board level positions on charitable organizations such as United Way and the Red Cross and is currently on the advisory board of the fire science program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, on the Society of Fire Protection Engineers Foundation and a trustee of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program.
Mr. Sordillo was honored by the American Society of Safety professions for 40 years of lifetime achievement in safety, National Fire Protection Association with Lifetime Membership and by UL for his efforts in promoting safety and security.