In the Top 5% of 1805 Similar Sized Companies on Comparably
1st place versus 2 competitors rated on Comparably
B.S., Accounting - Temple University
Albert DiLeonardo started selling CUTCO in the summer of 1977 when he was a student at Temple University. He was trained by Don Freda, the founder of Vector.
After graduating from Temple with an Accounting degree, Albert decided to stay with Vector as a career. He opened a District Office and played a pivotal role in developing many of the managers who helped build Vector.
He set many of Vector's sales records at each level as he continued to earn promotions.
The CEO score provides an understanding of how employees feel about the CEO’s leadership style and effectiveness at Vector Marketing.
Based on 656 ratings, Albert DiLeonardo ranks right above Cutco's CEO, James Stitt.
Vector Marketing's CEO is highly regarded by the Operations department, the Business Development department, and the HR department. However, the Finance department, Non-Binary employees, and the Communications department have a less favorable view of the CEO and believe there is room for improvement. Overall, the CEO score has remained stable over the last 90 days.
Vector Marketing ranks in the Top 5% of other companies on Comparably with 5,001-10,000 Employees for CEO Rating Score.