Here you will find information about Joseph Federico of Wayne, New Jersey and NJMET.


Joseph Federico was born to Giacomo and Angelina Federico. He has one younger sister Virginia. Joseph grew up to be an active member of his Wayne, NJ community. For over 18 years Joseph Federico has and continues to be a spiritual mentor to Catholic children in his local Catholic parish as a Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Instructor. He takes great pride in this role and considers it to be among his greatest accomplishments.

This past spring, Joseph lead Team NJMET in the March of Dimes’ New York Chapter Walkathon in Manhattan. This is the 11th year that NJ MET sponsored a team in the walkathon. Click on this link to read more about Joseph's charity and community involvement..

Over the past six years Joseph has been very involved in assisting with relief efforts in Sri Lanka. In a recent interview Joe explained a deep desire to help out orphanages as well as needy families.  You can read about Joe’s interview at

Joseph also volunteers his time to coach school sports including softball, soccer, and basketball for the youth in Wayne, NJ. In addition, Joseph Federico takes part in organizing Charity Fundraisers and contributes to many charities including Walk MS, an event benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, March of Dimes and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Understanding that with great success comes great responsibility, Joseph Federico revamped his video production company in May of 2010 into a not for profit organization. Joseph Federico’s video production company, in its existence from 1988 to 1998 provided professional videotaping and editing services to local business and school events. When approached to video tape the First Holy Communion Ceremony for Sacred Heart Church in Clifton NJ, Joseph Federico did the job pro bono and donated all proceeds to the church. Since the reorganization of this company Joseph has pledged to give 100 percent of proceeds to charity and is providing job opportunities for students in the metropolitan area.

Click here to watch Joe's interview and discover more about mission imposter® and how much this accomplished engineer, Director and president of NJMET has done.


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