John Ragnoni

John T. Ragnoni

Executive Vice President at Fidelity Investments

Location:
200 Seaport Blvd, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 563-7000

General Information

Experience

Management Consultant  - KPMG LLP

Education

MBA  - University of Connecticut

undergraduate degree  - Bryant College

Affiliations

Board Member  - PLGA Foundation

Recent News  

John Ragnoni, Secretary
John is a Senior Vice President at Fidelity Investments where he has held positions in marketing, product development, and communications. He has an undergraduate degree from Bryant College and an MBA from the University of Connecticut and prior to Fidelity was a management consultant with KPMG Peat Marwick. More importantly, John and his wife Liz, are the parents of three young boys. Their five year old son, TJ, was diagnosed at eighteen months with a brain stem JPA. John is committed to creating a network of parents, doctors, researchers, and donors who can all be focused on a single goal- dramatically increasing the amount and speed of research to treat and cure pediatric low grade astrocytomas (PLGA). John and Liz have raised over $570,000 over the past two years to fund low grade astrocytoma research and have been involved in several other efforts to accelerate research through a nationwide grant RFP and targeted research programs.

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John Ragnoni, Secretary
John is a Senior Vice President at Fidelity Investments where he has held positions in marketing, product development, and communications. He has an undergraduate degree from Bryant College and an MBA from the University of Connecticut and prior to Fidelity was a management consultant with KPMG Peat Marwick. More importantly, John and his wife Liz, are the parents of three young boys. Their five year old son, TJ, was diagnosed at eighteen months with a brain stem JPA. John is committed to creating a network of parents, doctors, researchers, and donors who can all be focused on a single goal- dramatically increasing the amount and speed of research to treat and cure pediatric low grade astrocytomas (PLGA). John and Liz have raised over $570,000 over the past two years to fund low grade astrocytoma research and have been involved in several other efforts to accelerate research through a nationwide grant RFP and targeted research programs.

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"Partnering with U.S. News & World Report as it launches Hospital of Tomorrow is a tremendous opportunity for us to contribute to the ongoing dialogue between business leaders, policymakers and strategic partners as they address the important issues facing the health care industry," said John Ragnoni, executive vice president, Tax-Exempt Retirement Services, Fidelity Investments.

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