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Chris Antinora

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Chris Antinora

Senior Vice President - Regional Lead


732-219-9660 (Work)
Six Drummond Place, Suite 1
Red Bank, NJ 07701

Chris Antinora is a Technical Consultant for Werlinger & Associates now a part of J.S. Held with 20 years of experience. J.S. Held and Werlinger & Associates provide technical consulting service for commercial property insurance claims, such as damage assessment, feasibility of repair versus replacement, comparable replacement analysis / estimates, actual cash value estimates, production impact resolution, and claim evaluation. Leading areas of practice are in information technologies, medical equipment, semiconductors, telecommunications, electronics, test / assembly equipment, and other specialized equipment.

Mr. Antinora has a Bachelor of Science from SetonHall University in Management Information Systems (MIS), a Master of Science from Stevens Institute of Technology in Telecommunications Management, and a Master of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

He began his career at American Telephone & Telegraph as a software developer. Mr. Antinora went on to become a lead technical support specialist focusing on problem investigation, root cause determination, and problem resolution implementation for platform specific application and system software. At Rohm and Haas, as an independent senior consultant employed by Platinum Technology Solutions, one of his main functions was to provide expertise on the performance, tuning, and capacity planning of midrange computing systems hardware. As a consultant, Mr. Antinora’s areas of concentration include information technology and telecommunications.