An intelligent, versatile, and energetic executive, Marty Stallone has achieved a great deal in his time as the executive vice president of land development for Metropolitan Development Group, Inc., a privately held, broad-based land development company operating out of its Eastern Pennsylvania headquarters.
Stallone brings an Ivy League education and over 20 years of relevant professional experience to his responsibilities with Metropolitan Development Group, Inc., where he is deeply involved with every aspect of the land development process from beginning to end. As executive vice president of land development, Stallone is charged with managing the company’s corporate functions as well as its risk management, cash-flow analytics, and finance.
Stallone, who graduated from Cornell University in 1987 and was honored as a National Merit Scholar, has long been an active member of the local Wyomissing community and serves on the board for several organizations, including the IM Able Foundation, the Wyomissing Football Association, and the Wyomissing Area Education Foundation. Stallone is also an active member of the Cornell Football Foundation and continues to serve as an assistant coach for the Wyomissing Area High School basketball program.
Prior to accepting his current role as the executive vice president of land development for Metropolitan Development Group, Inc., Stallone specialized in structuring complex capital finance transactions and provided financial advisory services to non-profit organizations, business corporations, and government entities. Due to his extensive knowledge of complex capital finance transactions and other subjects pertaining to finance, Stallone is frequently sought as a speaker for conferences and seminars hosted by professional organizations.
Stallone resides in the Wyomissing area with his wife, Terri, and their two children, Jolie and Wade. Stallone’s son and daughter both attend Wyomissing Area High School, the same school Stallone attended and graduated from in 1983 before departing for Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.