Emilio Iodice

Emilio Iodice

Professor Emilio Iodice has spent more than three decades as a senior executive in the public and private sectors. He was a key official in Washington and worked for several administrations. He remains among the most decorated Foreign Service officers in American history with a gold medal for heroism, a gold medal and silver medal for exemplary service, nominations for the bronze medal and numerous commendations and citations. He served as Minister in key U.S. missions abroad, including Brasilia, Mexico City, Rome, Madrid and Paris and departed after being named to the list of future ambassadors. His honors include being knighted by the former king of Italy and receiving Medals of Honor from Spain and Italy. He was also Vice President of Lucent Technologies operating in markets across the world. He speaks several languages and has traveled throughout the globe. He is the author of "Profiles in Leadership from Caesar to Modern Times" and "Reflections: Stories of Power, Love, Inspiration and Remembrance;" and "Sisters" the story of two extraordinary women, his mother and his aunt and his bestselling bio of tenor Mario Lanza, "A Kid from Philadelphia, Mario Lanza, the Voice of the Poets."

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Emilio Iodice joins Jim Blasingame to offer his suggestions on traits of what we should value in a presidential candidate.
Emilio Iodice joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the American presidential selection process has gone beyond the superficial beauty contest, and is now akin to a reality TV show.
Emilio Iodice joins Jim Blasingame to offer his suggestions on traits of what we should value in a presidential candidate.