Board Members

Denise Quinn

Denise Quinn PMP

Vice President, Prudential

Denise is a project management professional with a proven record of managing large-scale projects throughout her eighteen year career at Prudential. She and her team provide all aspects of program/project management support to critical initiatives across the enterprise. She is currently the program manager for Digital Experience, a cross business, cross function, multi-year initiative. In addition to her Project Management Professional certification, Denise has a BBA and MBA from Hofstra University and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University. Denise lives in Kinnelon, NJ with her husband Ken.


John Spinnato

John Spinnato

Vice President of the Sanofi Foundation for North America

John Spinnato is Vice President, North America Corporate Social Responsibility for Sanofi, a global diversified healthcare company, and he has served in this role since October of 2010. In this capacity, he was also named in February of 2012 as President of the Sanofi Foundation for North America.

Until July of 2011, John served as Vice President and General Counsel for Sanofi US. John has been with the company since 1988.

Prior to joining the company in the US, he spent four years in Paris, France at the Corporate Headquarters of its parent, Total SA. Before moving to France, he worked for Pan Am Airlines in their World Services subsidiary and was Legal Counsel to the State of Iowa Ombudsman’s Office. John earned an LL.M. in International Law from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1982. He obtained his BA and JD degrees from the University of Dayton.


Margaret Della

Margaret Della

Program Director

Margaret Della is the Program Director for the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers Business School. As Director, Margaret oversees the Institute’s ethical leadership programs for businesses, nonprofits, and academic and government entities. She also advances strategic partnerships and facilitates collaborations among key players within the nonprofit sector and directs the Institute’s focus on nonprofit leadership development, capacity building and executive coaching services. Prior to the Institute, Margaret worked at New York University’s International Center for Enterprise Preparedness where she assisted in working with Global 1000 and Fortune 500 firms to identify and communicate incentives for business preparedness; and to improve their coordination with nonprofits and government entities in advance of crises. She also served as a Legislative Aide to former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) in which she advised on foreign policy.

She is a Board Member for Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, a human service organization in the Bronx, NY, and Kids Corp, an education-based after school and summer camp organization in Newark, NJ. Additionally, she is the Co-Chair of the Leadership Council of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson, and Union Counties and has been a Big Sister for nearly nine years. She is Networking Chair of the University of Wisconsin Alumni Chapter in NYC. Margaret has a Master’s in Public Administration from NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. She also received a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in International Relations and Spanish.


Joseph Cipolla

Joseph Cipolla

Certified Public Accountant

In practice for over three decades, Joseph has significant experience in many aspects of accounting, including forensic accounting and litigation support services, damages assessment, valuation, matrimonial dissolution, mergers and acquisitions, taxation and outsourced CFO/Controller/Accounting Department functions. Joseph and his firm have been recognized by law journal readers as “The Best” in the following categories: Matrimonial Financial Expert, Economic Damages, Business Valuation, Litigation Accounting, Forensic Accounting and Business Accounting.