As a top financial executive, Anthony Scaglione says that getting peers to see eye-to-eye and work toward common objectives can often feel like pulling teeth. It’s an appropriate image for this treasury executive, who originally had his sights on a career in dentistry.
“When I went to college I wanted to be a dentist,” Scaglione revealed. But he soon discovered that working on other people’s teeth wasn’t really for him. “After one bio class, I switched to finance.”(Read my complete profile in Exchange Magazine, at www.afponline.org)