Steve is a highly skilled Project Management and Information Technology executive with more than 20 years’ experience designing communications, tracking, compliance, and security solutions for a wide range of corporate partners. As an executive-level IT officer and client-facing point of contact, he has led in-house technicians and off-shore teams in the design and implementation of web applications, digital marketing, e-commerce, and other tailored activations in financial services, life sciences and pharmaceutical, retail, manufacturing and engineering, and non-profit. Steve is skilled in agile (Scrum, Kanban), iterative, waterfall and lean start-up methodologies, coordinating with legal and compliance, risk management, information security, procurement, and back office administration.
Distinguished as the first American solo cellist to perform in Hanoi since the Vietnam War, Stephen Framil has performed as concert soloist, chamber musician and orchestra conductor the world over – including in Carnegie Weill, Avery-Fisher, Verizon and Hong Kong City Halls, National Gallery of Art (DC), with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra (Hungary), Latvian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra (Italy tour), Viet Nam National Symphony Orchestra, Manila Philharmonic Orchestra (Philippines), and Nashville Chamber Orchestra (TN), among others. Dr. Framil has taught at the University of Delaware, Towson University (MD), Andrews University (MI), and is currently the Music Director of Camerata Philadelphia and the Port City Music Festival, and adjunct professor at Eastern University (PA).