A well-known and award winning Long Island marketing professional, Mindy Wolfle founded Neptune Marketing in 2005. She added director of marketing at Armao, Costa & Ricciardi in 2011, which transitioned to chief marketing officer of Armao LLP in 2013. She assumed the role of chief marketing officer with the law firm Vishnick McGovern Milizio (VMM) in September 2014. Previously, she served as marketing director at several large national professional service firms and 18 years with the Nassau County Department of Social Services, developing her focus on human services and giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Her most recent pro bono activities have included writer and editor of The INN’s newsletter and journal writer for the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
With numerous volunteer and humanitarian affiliations, Mindy is a member of Women Economic Developers of Long Island, Public Relations Professionals of Long Island, Direct Marketing Association of Long Island and Social Media Association. At Neptune Marketing, she has assisted organizations and nonprofits, entrepreneurs, businesses and professionals in reaching their business development goals through integrated, targeted marketing. Mindy presents seminars and workshops on such topics as branding and marketing, business writing, networking, entrepreneurship and interviewing skills. She was a highly regarded instructor of not-for-profit marketing and business writing in Hofstra University’s Continuing Education program from 2014 through July 2017, and has been a business columnist in The Long Islander News since June 2014.
A published writer, blogger and social media specialist, Mindy has authored numerous articles, interviews, opinion pieces, newsletters and speeches; she also ghost writes for her clients. Her expertise includes public relations, branding, website project and content management, copy writing and editing, proposals, event management, annual reports, graphic design, advertising, collateral marketing materials, strategic planning and marketing plans.
Her favorite quote is attributed to the late playwright Wendy Wasserstein, “Don’t live down to expectations. Go out and do something remarkable.”