John J. Manna, Jr., Esq., has been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society since 2003. Mr. Manna served as Chair of the Society’s New York City Area Board from 2017-2019 and continues to serve as a member of that Board. Mr. Manna also serves as a member of the Society’s Westchester/Rockland Council. He served on the former Eastern Division Board, including serving as its final chair in 2017. Mr. Manna was co-chair of the Relay for Life of Rockland County from 2008 through 2011 and continues to serve on the Event Leadership Team. He was elected to the ACS CAN Board in October 2013 and currently serves as Secretary. Mr. Manna received the American Cancer Society's St. George National Award in 2013.
In addition to his work with the Society, Mr. Manna serves as vice president and member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Safety and Change, which provides shelter and related services to victims of domestic violence and their families, and is a member of the President's Council of St. Thomas Aquinas College. Mr. Manna was named the Philanthropist of the Year for Rockland County, NY in 2008 by the Rockland Development Council.
Mr. Manna received his Bachelor of Arts from Fordham University and his Juris Doctor from Columbia University School of Law and is currently an investor is real estate and technology ventures.