John Zerillo has over 30 years of successful business experience,
having held a number of upper-level management positions during that period of
time. He currently serves on a number local boards and owns a financial
consulting company. Professor Zerillo has also published over 30 articles while
at Saint Joseph's College, as well as the book A History of the Maine Credit Union Movement, which is currently in
its second printing. He enjoys traveling, golfing, boating, and coin
Girlando, A., Anderson, C., and Zerillo, J. "an Examination of
Hofstde's Paradigm of National Culture and its Malleability: Italy and the U.S.
Thirty Years Later" Journal of
Transnational Management Development. Volume 10 issue 1, August 24,
Zerillo, J. "Credit Unions and Banks: There are still
differences" New Hampshire
Business Review. March 18, 2005.
Zerillo, J. "IRA's Provide Greater benefit to Young Adults" Metro Magazine. March, 2005.
Zerillo, J. "Tax Cap offers a Practical lesion in
Economics" Interface Business
News. October, 2004.
Zerillo, J. "Absence of Tax Reform hurts Maine " Interface Business News. August,
Zerillo, J. and Girlando, A. " Americans still not saving, but
that might be changing: Interface
Business News. September, 2003.
Zerillo, J. "New Jersey’s Income Tax: How Progressive? State
Tax Notes. Volume 28, Number 5, August 4, 2003 (Republished from New Jersey Policy Perspective. July
Zerillo, J. and Perkins, A. "a personal Income tax: How D.C.,
Virginia, and Maryland rate: Washington
Business Journal. August 1, 2003.
Zerillo, J. "New Jersey Income Tax: How Progressive? New Jersey Policy Perspective. July
Zerillo, J. and
Perkins, A. "High state income tax tough on citizens" Business First. (Kentucky) April