Jodi Bisogno recently served as the Executive Director of Cancer Alliance of Naples. In her role, for over six years, she led the organization in its mission driven work of supporting the cancer community. She played a strategic role in building the organization, its staff and community partnerships. Jodi led the organization’s culture and strategic vision, always ensuring the mission of the organization was at the forefront and that cancer patients and their families were a priority.
Jodi enjoys giving back. What started in 1997, as an opportunity to volunteer, has paved the way for Jodi to gain progressively responsible experience and roles as a senior leader. Her skills and passion have allowed her to assist many organizations to grow, advance and prosper. Her over 25 years- experience, in the nonprofit field, has included the areas of: education, healthcare, workforce development and now human services. Not only does Jodi bring a wide background of broad professional experience, but she also brings a well-credentialed one. Jodi earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware in Psychology. In 2003, she graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a Master of Education Degree in Leadership and has completed her coursework for a Florida Professional Teaching Certificate. Currently she is an adjunct professor at Florida Gulf Coast University, serves as Vice President of the Board for the American Business Womens Association Neapolitan Chapter, Board Member of the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (FEMA) in Collier County, and member of the Blue Zones Advisory Committee for Southwest Florida. Jodi completed Leadership Collier with the Naples Chamber of Commerce graduating in May 2021.
Jodi is constantly engaged in both her professional and private lives. In addition to her work, she enjoys spending time with her son Brentley (9), Caden (18) and Chance (13), and her husband, Dustin. She also volunteers her time and talent to the Blue Zones Committee at her church, is a volunteer at her son’s school and leads community service projects in her neighborhood.