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Sovereign Global Advisors' CEO, John Dragotta was recently interviewed by Janee Law of the Long Islander. The interview is reproduced here, but please feel free to click the link below to read the article on the Long Islander website. "Firm Grows within Local Community" May 8, 2017 When John Dragotta, president and CEO of Melville-based financial firm Sovereign Global Advisors, wanted to open up his own branch at age 25, he ran into a little trouble. He said people thought h
For too many people a warm coat is a luxury that comes after food and other necessary expenses. Coat drives not only benefit the homeless populations, but many who are simply having a hard time making ends meet for a multitude of reasons. This year during our 2017 coat drive we hosted an even more successful coat drive, collecting nearly three times as many coats and sweaters as last year's 2016 drive. We're so grateful to everyone in our offices who participated in making th
Regardless of the rain that occasionally sprinkled on the heads of happy festival goers, this weekend was a wonderful experience of community pride and fun. It seemed as if all of Huntington and the surrounding area came out to enjoy the carnival rides, purchase the beautiful handcrafted items local artisans created, eat the delicious food small shops sold from their booths and learn about their community’s businesses and organizations. Taking part in this year's fall festiva
The Sovereign Global Advisors team, in the presence of the company President and CEO John Dragotta, volunteered their time to serving at St. Luke's Lutheran Church Soup Kitchen. It was this time last year that the company had the honor to first serve a meal to the homeless and "it's humbling to have the opportunity to do so again," stated Mr. Dragotta. On Thursday, midday, the church transforms its theater space to feed the city's homeless population. Before the line started