Robert Trevisani was born in Boston, Ma., attended Boston College, Boston College School of Law, and New York University Graduate School of Law. He practiced international law and was an adjunct professor of law at Boston University Graduate School of Law and Boston College Law School, where he served as a member of its Board of Overseers. He was admitted to the bars of Massachusetts , New York and the District of Columbia. He was Chair of the General Practice Section and member of the Management Committee and Governing Council of the International Bar Association headquartered in London, England, representing more than 1.5 million lawyers from 150 countries. Mr. Trevisani has served on the board of directors of several public and private companies. He is the founder and President of the Commonwealth Charitable Fund, Inc., a nonprofit organization the mission of which is to foster leadership through education. Robert and his wife Helen Patricia reside in Jupiter, FL and have four children. They are members of the Jonathans Landing and Hyannisport golf clubs and the St Botolph Club in Boston. He is a student at the Lighthouse Art Center, where he studies landscape painting.