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General Robert Cerasoli A.

Small, Loaned Office Position

Loyola University

HQ Phone: (708) 216-9000

Loyola University

2160 South 1St Avenue

Maywood, Illinois 60153

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1870, Loyola University Chicago is one of the nation's largest Jesuit, Catholic universities, with nearly 16,500 students. More than 11,000 undergraduates call Loyola home. The University has four campuses: three in the greater Chicago area and... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Inspector

Citizens

Affiliations

Member
Greater Boston Chapter of Certified Fraud Examiners

Member
American Philatelic Society

Member
National Council of La Raza

Member
Association of Government Accountants

Member
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Inc

Member
Southern Poverty Law Center Inc

Member
American Society for Public Administration

Member
Quatrevaux

Founder
OIG

Founder
IG

Member
Massachusetts House of Representatives

Member
House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts

Representative
Massachusetts House of Representatives

Education



Harvard



Northeastern

Bachelor of Arts
government and public administration
The American University

Master of Public Administration

Harvard University

bachelor's degree
government and public administration
American University

master's degree
public administration
Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government

Web References (198 Total References)


Ethics Reform History: Citizens for Greater New Orleans

www.citizensfor1greaterneworleans.com [cached]

Six months later the ERB hired New Orleans' first Inspector General Robert Cerasoli.

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Robert Cerasoli was approved as Inspector General by the New Orleans City Council in September of 2007.
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Citizens for 1 hosted a forum on Ethics in Public Service featuring Inspector General Robert Cerasoli with Loyola University and Common Good and other community organizations at Loyola University on November 27, 2007.


Ethics Reform History: Citizens for Greater New Orleans

www.citizensfor1.com [cached]

Six months later the ERB hired New Orleans' first Inspector General Robert Cerasoli.

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Robert Cerasoli was approved as Inspector General by the New Orleans City Council in September of 2007.
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Citizens for 1 hosted a forum on Ethics in Public Service featuring Inspector General Robert Cerasoli with Loyola University and Common Good and other community organizations at Loyola University on November 27, 2007.


• Ed Quatrevaux, a native of ...

www.bestofneworleans.com [cached]

• Ed Quatrevaux, a native of Metairie, has been named New Orleans' new Inspector General, succeeding the city's first IG, Robert Cerasoli, and interim IG Leonard Odom.

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The Rev. Kevin Wildes, president of Loyola University and head of the city's Ethics Review Board, sounded philosophical this morning about the resignation of Robert Cerasoli, the city's first Inspector General, who is stepping down immediately due to health reasons. (For more on Cerasoli and his health issues, see The Gambit's cover story of Jan. 12, "Being Bob Cerasoli.")
On Dec. 23, while visiting family for Christmas, Cerasoli underwent surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Needham, Mass., to have some tissue removed from his neck: one a sebaceous cyst, the other a "growth the size of a lemon. ("I can verify this," he wrote in an email at the time, "because I asked to see it after it was removed.") The growth was taken for biopsy.
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Bob cannot do something halfway, and he just felt as if he couldn’t give the job his full attention and do the job the way it needs to be done."
Cerasoli is leaving New Orleans immediately and heading back to his hometown of Quincy, Mass.
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Tags: News & Politics, Bob Cerasoli, Kevin Wildes, New Orleans Inspector General, General
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Bob Cerasoli's Legacy
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The news couldn’t be much worse: New Orleans Inspector General Bob Cerasoli is leaving. He will return home to Boston today (Friday, Jan. 30) for health reasons. Somehow I can’t help feeling his personal cancer scare — so far, the growths detected and removed from his neck have not been malignant — are metaphoric of the cancer inflicted upon city government by official corruption, incompetence and arrogance. This is indeed a sad day in New Orleans, but I cannot blame Mr. Cerasoli one bit for wanting to be near his family at this time. We should instead be grateful that he gave us the time and energy that he has.
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Bob Cerasoli set a high standard. He gave us a template for what the office must become. He taught us to demand more and better from our elected officials. He set things in motion. Above all, he gave us hope. We owe it to him — and ourselves — to keep his drive alive. He always said this effort was not about him, but about the job and the need for transparency, integrity and accountability at City Hall. Now it’s up to us to make sure his words prove true.
...
Tags: General, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General
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Here's his official statement on the resignation of Robert Cerasoli:
January 30, 2009
For personal reasons of health, Robert A. Cerasoli has resigned as the Inspector General for the City of New Orleans. On behalf of myself and the other members of the New Orleans Ethics Review Board, we are profoundly grateful to Bob for his tireless work in establishing this office, hiring outstanding staff, and moving the office forward.
...
We are confident that the sound foundation built by Bob Cerasoli will be capably administered by Interim Inspector General Leonard Odom, and that the transition in the continuing operations of the Office of Inspector General will be seamless.
...
Tags: General, Bob Cerasoli, Kevin Wildes, New Orleans Inspector General
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Bob Cerasoli has resigned
...
Tags: News & Politics, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General, General
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Inspector General Robert Cerasoli has ordered thousands of dollars of weaponry and ammunition for investigators in his office.
"The office is a law enforcement office by ordinance and by state law," Cerasoli said.
...
Newschannel 6 has talked to some in the law enforcement community who were surprised by Cerasoli's purchases.
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Tags: News & Politics, Conspiracy Theories, Bob Cerasoli, TV News, New Orleans Inspector General, General
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This week's cover story, "Being Bob Cerasoli," left out a lot of thoughts from New Orleans' first-ever inspector general.
...
Tags: Blog Watch, News & Politics, Conspiracy Theories, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General, General


• Ed Quatrevaux, a native of ...

www.bestofneworleans.com [cached]

• Ed Quatrevaux, a native of Metairie, has been named New Orleans' new Inspector General, succeeding the city's first IG, Robert Cerasoli, and interim IG Leonard Odom.

...
The Rev. Kevin Wildes, president of Loyola University and head of the city's Ethics Review Board, sounded philosophical this morning about the resignation of Robert Cerasoli, the city's first Inspector General, who is stepping down immediately due to health reasons. (For more on Cerasoli and his health issues, see The Gambit's cover story of Jan. 12, "Being Bob Cerasoli.")
On Dec. 23, while visiting family for Christmas, Cerasoli underwent surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Needham, Mass., to have some tissue removed from his neck: one a sebaceous cyst, the other a "growth the size of a lemon. ("I can verify this," he wrote in an email at the time, "because I asked to see it after it was removed.") The growth was taken for biopsy.
...
Bob cannot do something halfway, and he just felt as if he couldn’t give the job his full attention and do the job the way it needs to be done."
Cerasoli is leaving New Orleans immediately and heading back to his hometown of Quincy, Mass.
...
Tags: News & Politics, Bob Cerasoli, Kevin Wildes, New Orleans Inspector General, General
...
Bob Cerasoli's Legacy
...
The news couldn’t be much worse: New Orleans Inspector General Bob Cerasoli is leaving. He will return home to Boston today (Friday, Jan. 30) for health reasons. Somehow I can’t help feeling his personal cancer scare — so far, the growths detected and removed from his neck have not been malignant — are metaphoric of the cancer inflicted upon city government by official corruption, incompetence and arrogance. This is indeed a sad day in New Orleans, but I cannot blame Mr. Cerasoli one bit for wanting to be near his family at this time. We should instead be grateful that he gave us the time and energy that he has.
...
Bob Cerasoli set a high standard. He gave us a template for what the office must become. He taught us to demand more and better from our elected officials. He set things in motion. Above all, he gave us hope. We owe it to him — and ourselves — to keep his drive alive. He always said this effort was not about him, but about the job and the need for transparency, integrity and accountability at City Hall. Now it’s up to us to make sure his words prove true.
...
Tags: General, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General
...
Here's his official statement on the resignation of Robert Cerasoli:
January 30, 2009
For personal reasons of health, Robert A. Cerasoli has resigned as the Inspector General for the City of New Orleans. On behalf of myself and the other members of the New Orleans Ethics Review Board, we are profoundly grateful to Bob for his tireless work in establishing this office, hiring outstanding staff, and moving the office forward.
...
We are confident that the sound foundation built by Bob Cerasoli will be capably administered by Interim Inspector General Leonard Odom, and that the transition in the continuing operations of the Office of Inspector General will be seamless.
...
Tags: General, Bob Cerasoli, Kevin Wildes, New Orleans Inspector General
...
Bob Cerasoli has resigned
...
Tags: News & Politics, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General, General
...
Inspector General Robert Cerasoli has ordered thousands of dollars of weaponry and ammunition for investigators in his office.
"The office is a law enforcement office by ordinance and by state law," Cerasoli said.
...
Newschannel 6 has talked to some in the law enforcement community who were surprised by Cerasoli's purchases.
...
Tags: News & Politics, Conspiracy Theories, Bob Cerasoli, TV News, New Orleans Inspector General, General
...
This week's cover story, "Being Bob Cerasoli," left out a lot of thoughts from New Orleans' first-ever inspector general.
...
Tags: Blog Watch, News & Politics, Conspiracy Theories, Bob Cerasoli, New Orleans Inspector General, General


Robert Cerasoli, who began ...

www.wwltv.com [cached]

Robert Cerasoli, who began working as the city's first inspector general in September, had sought $2.9 million, plus $300,000 for the Ethics Review Board that hired him.

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Cerasoli has been working from a tiny office at Loyola University.He is charged with preventing and detecting fraud and waste and weeding out corruption in city government dealings.He said his budget would fund hiring of 24 to 25 staffers, down from initial expectations of 35 positions.
"Right here, right now, at this place in history ... your support is critical," he told the council.
Federal authorities have been aggressive in fighting public corruption in New Orleans, which for years has suffered from a reputation for graft.

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