New York NY
For nearly 14 years, Marie Napoli has worked as a philanthropist and fundraising specialist for charitable causes in the Greater New York City region. Both cancer survivors, Marie Napoli and her husband established the Marie and Paul
Napoli Foundation in 2001 to support a range of charitable causes, most of which are specific to cancer research or cancer-related support groups. As an officer of the foundation, Mrs. Napoli offers fundraising support to Cold
Spring Harbor Labs on Long Island and collaborative fundraising support for the the Bone Marrow Foundation through NYC Marathon, the world’s largest annual marathon event. She actively serves on the Associate Board of the Bone Marrow Foundation and on the Board of Governors of St. John’s University.
An attorney by profession, she earned her juris doctor at St. John’s University School of Law in 1993 before earning a graduate degree in taxation at the NYU School of Law in 1994. With her husband, she founded the Napoli, Kaiser & Bern law firm in Manhattan, where she served as a senior partner until year 2000. When time permits, she enjoys playing tennis and golf, training for marathons, and taking family vacations abroad.