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Stefano Spadoni

I have been living  in the USA for over twenty years, but I was born in Bologna (Italy) and I also lived in other cities, especially in Rome, before moving to my beloved New York.

I tried to have the most varied work and cultural experiences, both in Italy and in America, which gave me vast interdisciplinary skills and a broad vision on life.

Beyond being a writer - Us Correspondent, I was a radio host with my program on an American radio in New Jersey, karate 2nd dan black belt with over one hundred students in my own gym, host of the Italian International Award at Lincoln Center (director Franco Zeffirelli and designer Pininfarina awarded), sports commentator at the PalaLido in Milan, producer and director of two music videos shot in Times Square, president of an opinion research company, co-owner/manager of a classical ballet school, creator of a national prize contest for the newspaper "il Giornale d'Italia", teacher at empowerment seminars for women at the prestigious Learning Annex in New York and for the organization Gutsy Women, advertising professional and creative, professional photographer, image and career consultant for women and, of course...


I have been for years the US Correspondent for  Radio Monte Carlo (one of the biggest and more influential radio station in Europe), previously for Radio 105,  US Correspondent from the United Nation, radio host on air on  “Big Apple Radio” from New York, and host and producer of 9 videos for "Virgin Radio Television - Italy".

I was also a columnist for the legendary "Satyricon" supplement of the national newspaper "La Repubblica", I was a frequent guest in radio connections with RAI and other Italian televisions, and I was the US correspondent from New York for numerous magazines, including medical journals and the official publication of the Ministry of Finance (Italian IRS).

Member of The Foreign Press I have published two books with Rizzoli (one of the biggest publisher in Italy); the bestseller  "Vado a vivere a New York"  (I am moving to New York) and the first book published in Italy about September 11 "New York: terrorismo e antrace".

My book "What men don't want you to know" has been published also into French.

I also published three books of my poems in collector numbered editions and a book of short stories.


I co-founded and was for years the President in charge of the business oriented no profit "Emilia Romagna Network" with events organized in New York in cooperation with companies like Ferrari and Ducati.

I then created the "Stefano's Network" connecting over 11,600 individuals, professionals and companies in Italy and the USA. We had events in New York with over 500 attendees.

In 2007 I created the group for charitable events "Tall Outstanding Women".

Stories about myself have been published in Italian and American magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times.