Dario Pizzano is a Client Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.
A former professional baseball player, he brings high energy and a team mentality to his role. Among his responsibilities are providing account and administrative support, client service, wire transfers, journal entries, and introducing new clients to the firm's time-saving technology.
Before joining the firm, Dario spent two years at First Republic. Previous to that, he spent six years in the Seattle Mariners organization and one year with the New York Mets. His dual citizenship also allowed him to play for the Italian national team.
Dario's professional baseball career followed his playing days at Columbia University, where, before being drafted by Seattle, he earned a B.A. and was recently inducted into the school's Hall of Fame. Dario launched his baseball career as a boy in Saugus, Massachusetts, where his team went to the Little League World Series and lost in the final game.
Active in the non-profit world, Dario is Director of Fundraising for Mission Stadiums for Multiple Sclerosis, an organization of athletes and others that has raised awareness of MS and more than $800,000 over the past three years. Dario makes his home in Hoboken, New Jersey, where life revolves around family, good friends, and staying fit.