Tony Chiappetta has thirty years of experience in the field of public finance, where he has worked directly with school districts, municipalities, counties, and municipal authorities. Although Tony is retired from full-time work in public finance, he continues to work as a part-time consultant for a small municipal advisory firm. Tony was recently invited to present on Municipal Bond Basics by the Allegheny League of Municipalities at Seven Springs, and to the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association at Nemacolin Woodlands.
In his pursuit of voiceover training, Tony has worked with such professional artists as Marilyn Caye, Amy Hartman, and Jack Bailey. He has read for the audio books program offered by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, narrating two audio books, Still Walking and Still Falling, both by local author Rob Oliver. Tony has also recorded three audio books for the Audiobook Creation Exchange, marketed on Amazon, Audible and iTunes.
Tony is a life-long practicing Catholic and sings tenor with the Adult Choir at St. Teresa of Avila Parish in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. He also reads as a lector at St. Kilian Parish in Cranberry Township. Tony and his wife, Diane, reside in Adams Township, and they are the parents of two adult sons.