Michael Tritto Jr., is theFirst Vice President of VOICE Buffalo, and has been the representative from Buffalo Quaker Meeting to VOICE since at least 2012.
Mike grew up in Buffalo, but left town for 17 years to join his wife, Ginny, on many adventures. He is a former actor and theater director from the 1980’s to the early 2000’s, and taught community college theater for 13 years in Minnesota and Massachusetts. He served as the Board President of Big Brother Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands from 2003 to 2005.
As they prepared to move to Buffalo he researched VOICE-Buffalo and attended National Leadership Training in 2006 under VOICE’s auspices. He has served as the director of the annual VOICE Buffalo Public Meeting since 2014. During the recent reorganization of VOICE Mike’s participation has been invaluable, he spent untold hours researching and creating the necessary documents and documentation flor the reorganization.
By day, Mike is the Associate Director of Operations at the Gloria J. Parks Community Development Association. By night, he loves to work with VOICE Buffalo, because it brings talented people of all walks of life together to grow as leaders, build trust and strong relationships, and bring Buffalo to a better place of justice and opportunity for all.