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A military veteran and leading figure in the New York insurance industry, Joseph E. Fiegoli brings more than 50 years of business experience to his current position as the President of National Health Administrators Inc. (NHAI). The company directs health insurance programs for self-insured organizations and has earned industry recognition for its successful management of the Kingston Trust Fund, which administers health insurance benefits for the Kingston Teachers Federation. Despite ballooning healthcare costs nationwide, under Joseph Fiegoli’s direction, the fund’s performance has resulted in zero tax-based increases for the Kingston School District.In addition to maintaining industry prominence, NHAI contributes to the local community in a number of ways. As President of the company, Joseph E. Fiegoli spearheads a community outreach program that supports numerous local and national charities and nonprofit organizations. Among the many groups NHAI has supported during Joe Fiegoli’s tenure are St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Our Lady of Victory, the Children’s Cancer Research Fund, and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. At the local level, NHAI has provided support for area food pantries and summer camp programs for underprivileged children. Since 1997, the company has funded nearly two dozen scholarships for graduating students from area high-schools.Joseph E. Fiegoli brings this philanthropic dedication to his private life as well. He and his wife of 55 years, Rosalie, maintain an active presence in their Westchester County, New York, community. Over the years, Joe Fiegoli has participated in several local organizations, including holding membership in the Lion’s Club and the Veterans of Foreign Wars and serving as the President and Founder of the Cornhusker Booster Club. Joe Fiegoli attended American University and the RCA Radio and Television School. Prior to entering the insurance industry in 1968, he held management positions with several well-known communications firms, including the Transelectric Company as President.

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Jan 1997Present


National Health Administrators, Inc.



RCA Radio and Television School

American University