Yvonne Pearce Mazzulo

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Yvonne Pearce Mazzulo
Born (1977-11-06) November 6, 1977 (age 40)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Occupation

Journalist

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Yvonne Pearce Mazzulo (born November 6, 1977) is an American journalist, activist, and author.

Early life[edit]

Mazzulo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, whose mother is a UCC minister and an automotive entrepreneur father. Mazzulo’s maternal grandfather was Austin Gunsel, NFL treasurer, commissioner, and former FBI agent.

Mazzulo attended Delaware County, Pennsylvania public schools and the now defunct private preparatory secondary school, Swarthmore Academy.

Career[edit]

Mazzulo spent the beginning of her career in the automotive industry. Upon the death of a sibling, Mazzulo founded a nonprofit and at the time was among the youngest persons in the United States to run an organization of this type.

The ADM Fund[edit]

Founded in 1986 after the death of her brother. Mazzulo served as Trustee and Executive director from 1986 – 1999.

Coast to Coast[edit]

Mazzulo served as CEO of the multibillion-dollar automotive company from 2000-2009.

Journalist and Advocate[edit]

Mazzulo works as a freelance journalist and is an advocate for Juvenile Justice Reform in the United States.

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