Orlando C. Esposito joined the Philadelphia Foundation as Chief Financial Officer in April 2019.
Prior to joining the Philadelphia Foundation, he served as Executive Vice President (EVP) and Head of PNC’s Asset Management Group and previously as EVP of its Corporate Banking Group. In these two roles, he led PNC’s efforts in the growth of wealth management, institutional investments and ultra-high net worth business segments, as well as establishing relationships with corporate finance and middle market clients in multiple industries across the mid-Atlantic region.
Before joining the financial services field, he was an auditor with Deloitte, which provides audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting services to its clients.
He has deep roots within the Philadelphia area having grown up in the Kensington neighborhood. He graduated from Central High School and went on to earn a BS in Accounting from Philadelphia University and an MBA from Villanova.
Esposito is active on the boards of TouchPoint Inc, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Regional Foundation.
He has served on the executive committee of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and led its 2017-18 campaign, In the past he has also been on the boards of both the Philadelphia Zoo and Thomas Jefferson University where he remains an adjunct professor of finance.