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The story of the author's immigration from Libya, to Italy, to America. Along the way, he shares wisdom and insights relevant to the national immigration crisis currently unfolding in America.

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The story of the author's immigration from Libya, to Italy, to America. Along the way, he shares wisdom and insights relevant to the national immigration crisis currently unfolding in America.
Autorenporträt
Joe Galliani's life has been a captivating journey spanning three continents; from Libya to Italy, and finally to America. His remarkable travels and tales paint a vivid picture of a life well-lived. Equipped with a dual degree in computer science and nuclear medicine technology, Galliani's insatiable thirst for knowledge and professional growth led him to establish his own IT service company, where he has been the driving force for over three decades. But Joe's story doesn't end with his successful career. He takes immense pride in being a devoted father to two grown children and currently calls South Florida his home. While Joe is no stranger to the digital realm, he's also a man of diverse passions. When he's not immersed behind a computer screen, you'll likely find him strolling along sandy shores, tending to his lush garden, engaging in local politics, savoring the magic of live musical performances, hosting exquisite dinner parties for cherished friends, or cherishing moments with his beloved Siamese-Persian feline companion, Bella. Now, Joe Galliani steps into the literary world with his debut book, "The Last Real Immigrant." Seamlessly blending captivating storytelling with profound insights and personal Italian immigration stories, this book promises to transport readers on a compelling journey through his family's Italy-to-America immigration experience. Prepare to be inspired by this personal memoir of immigration and liberty as Joe shares the triumphs, challenges, and enduring spirit that have shaped his life.