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Joe Bendinelli graduated from Villanova University in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. After graduation, Joe continued to pursue his academic career and returned to his alma mater to obtain his MBA in 1987. Joe contributed to the development of CTDI's test and repair capabilities as a Senior Engineer and the Director of Repair Service Development. It was in this technical leadership role that Joe focused on supporting the growth of CTDI's core repair business. Joe led the Engineering Team in the development of various systems and processes, which were critical to establishing CTDI's strong technical repair portfolio. In 1998, Joe was appointed the Director of Network Deployment Solutions (NDS), responsible for over 200 telecommunications professionals in CTDI's (NDS) Organization. Under his guidance, the NDS Division continued to provide the telecommunications industry with a full range of services for the central office, cell site, and remote terminal and CPE environments. In 2005, Joe was appointed to Vice President of Network Deployment Solutions. In August 2011, Joe was assigned to the newly established position of Vice President, Strategic Business Development. In this role, Joe took a longer term strategic view of technologies and markets that continue to develop CTDI's future. Working with CTDI's senior leadership team to identify the strategic areas for growth in the corporation, Joe is responsible for developing strategies to pursue these new focus areas and aligning CTDI's sales, marketing, divisional and international resources to effectively execute and win new business in these markets.


Joe has participated in various events supporting the United Way of Chester County, volunteering hours of his time to assist with CTDI's Annual Kick-Off Event and other campaign activities. Joe and his wife, Christine, are members of the Planning Committee for the Chester County Hospital's SHiNE. SHiNE aims to lessen the burden of this disease by helping the patient confront the challenges of cancer with dignity, determination and hope. For 30 years, Joe has led the efforts of CTDI’s United Way campaign, which now generates over $250,000 in CTDI employee contributions annually