It was 1986 and Valentino Infante was born to his parents off the coast of northwestern Africa on the Canary Islands — rugged, but beautifully beached, volcanic isles owned by Spain. He was only nine years old when his parents decided to relocate the family, including another young son, to the United States. With immense passion and drive, a new life was created in Florida for the family and the parents’ ambition passed to Infante and his brother.
The entrepreneurial spirit grew within alongside hard work for Infante. In 2010, Infante and his brother founded a call center in the Coral Springs, Florida, area, specializing in the sales of telecommunications packages. But Infante was always looking for new, exciting ventures — a drive he always held and gained from his passionate parents. The call center unexpectedly opened a door to another opportunity for Infante with St. Jude’s ALSAC, or the American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities.
Infante committed wholly to ALSAC, including relocation to Memphis, Tennessee, to work as a bilingual representative for the organization’s Outsourced Operations. Holding immense goals to grow with the agency, Valentino Infante moved up with ALSAC in three short years to Senior Liaison. In this time, he also has caught the eye of leadership and achieved accolades for his successes with ALSAC.