Brian Balduzzi hails from central New York originally, and spent seven years in Boston and two years in Ithaca, New York most recently. A recent Philadelphia transplant, Brian works for Wilmington Trust Company in Fiduciary Innovation & Wealth Strategies, and as a Tax and Business Law Adjunct Professor. Previously, Brian practiced as a tax and estate planning attorney in the Greater Boston area, and worked as a kindergarten teacher.
Outside of work, Brian serves on the Young Leaders Council of the Walnut Street Theatre, the Publications Committee of the National Association of Estate Planners & Council, and the Development Committee for the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus where he is a proud Tenor II. He is also a 2019 New Leaders Council Fellow in Philadelphia. Brian holds an M.B.A. and Minor in Real Estate from Cornell University as a Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow; a J.D. and Tax LL.M. from Boston University; and a B.A. in English, Secondary Education, and Theatre from SUNY Geneseo. He barred in New York and Massachusetts and before the U.S. Tax Court, holds his CFP® certification, and is working to obtain his CPA licensure and a M.S. in Financial Engineering.
He is a passionate leader around improving communities in diversity and cultural inclusion, financial and economic literacy and well-being, and artistic expression and communication. In his spare time, Brian enjoys training for distance running, playing strategic board games, performing and directing in all of Shakespeare’s plays (13 out of 37), and rooting for Orange and Blue Devil basketball.