Joe Stampone is the CEO of DroneOne, responsible for the strategic vision and legal compliance of the company. Joe is also the founder and principal shareholder of Stampone Law, P.C., a personal injury law firm with offices located in Cheltenham, PA and Philadelphia, PA.
Born and raised in Northeast Philadelphia, Joe’s interests include sports, cooking, boating, fishing, music and history. Joe is actively involved in commercial real estate development in Pennsylvania and South Florida. Additionally, Joe is a prinicpal in and counsel to Max’s Grille American Bistro, a very popular restaurant located in Boca Raton, Florida, and Max’s Harvest, an award winning farm to fork restaurant located in Delray Beach, FL. In his spare time Joe boats and fishes at the New Jersey shore and in South Florida and has coached American Legion, AAU and Perkiomen Valley Twilight Men’s League Baseball. Through coaching Joe is able to share his passion for baseball with others.
He became very involved in baseball throughout his youth and attended LaSalle University on an Athletic Scholarship where he played Varsity Baseball for four years. In his senior year, he was named First Team All East Coast Conference and set numerous school records. Joe has also served as Varsity Baseball Coach of The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and is the Founder of the Whiz Kids Baseball Club, an AAU level baseball program which has grown in size and prominence, becoming one of the premiere programs in the Northeast Region. He has also coached American Legion baseball and is formerly the owner and coach of the Plymouth Pirates of the Perkiomen Valley Twilight League, a semi-professional baseball club.
Joe currently resides between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Lower Gwynedd Township, Pennsylvania with his wife of 34 years, Julia. Joe has five grown children Nicole (University of Delaware), Peter (Widener University/Culinary Institute of America), Joey (Tufts University/New York University), Danny (Catholic University/Widener School of Law), Andi (Drexel University) and his Doberman Pinscher Capo di Tutti Capi, “Boss of all bosses”.