Hank Salvo consults with private businesses in food and beverage sectors across a variety of issues such as growth and exit planning, financial strategy, succession planning, and governance. Retired CFO from Robert Mondavi Corporation, his responsibilities included accounting, treasury, information technology, legal, purchasing and logistics. He remained with Robert Mondavi from 2000 until 2005 when Constellation Brands acquired the company.
Prior to the wine industry, Hank’s skills and expertise in finance, accounting, planning and business development took him to the top of consumer goods giant Clorox’s financial team.
Former Chairman of Patz & Hall Winery, Hank currently serves on a variety of boards; C. Mondavi Winery, California College of the Arts; Trustee for the Educational Foundation of California State University; chaired CSUEB Hayward $25 million capital campaign. From 1992 to 2000, Hank was also a member of the Advisory Committee for the Center for Financial Reporting and Management at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.
Hank graduated from UC Berkeley in 1970 with a BS in finance and from Cal State in 1972 with an MBA. Hank and his wife Nancy married in 1977 and have two sons. Hank and Nancy enjoy golf and travel.