Eugene DePasquale is the former two-term Auditor General of Pennsylvania. He exposed wasted tax dollars and unanswered child abuse hotline calls, reduced the backlog in untested rape kits, and revealed problems with Pennsylvania’s Charter School Law.
Prior to his tenure as Auditor General, Mr. DePasquale was a three-term member of the state General Assembly, representing the 95th state house district. In the Legislature, Mr. DePasquale passed the largest alternative energy legislation in state history, won large increases in public school investments and made it a priority to curtail distracted driving.
A Pittsburgh native, Mr. DePasquale has lived in central Pennsylvania for 25 years before moving back to the City of Pittsburgh. He has a BA from The College of Wooster in Ohio, an MPA from the University of Pittsburgh and a JD from Widener University School of Law.
Mr. DePasquale is currently an adjunct professor and consultant for several organizations. He competes in CrossFit and Spartan Race competitions as well as other endurance events
Education & Training
- JD Widener University School of Law - MPA from the University of Pittsburgh