The "Giglio Boys of Brooklyn" Social Club was established in 1990 by descendants of Southern Italian immigrants that settled in Brooklyn in the 1880's. The name of the club pays homage to their patron saint San Paolino, to commend his courage and self-sacrifice. Once a year, the social-club members organise the Giglio Feast for the Southern Italian community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn commemorating Bishop Paulino's courage.

Final academic work at NYFA (New York Film Academy) moderated by Mrs. Nancy Burson.