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Professional Profiles


Professional Profile: Mindy Wolfle 2012


  • Title: Director of Marketing
  • Company: Armao, Costa & Ricciardi, CPAs, P.C.
  • Location: Garden City, NY (with offices in NYC and Greenwich, CT)
  • Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY

Family: Husband, Paul Wolfle

College: Nassau Community College, SUNY Albany, Adelphi University, CUNY Queens

First job unrelated to your current field: Salesperson in Sears housewares dept.

First job in current field: Marketing director at Marcum & Kliegman.

What your firm does now and its plans for the future? Armao, Costa & Ricciardi, CPAs, P.C. provides auditing, tax and financial services to labor unions, employee benefit plans, the construction industry, not-for-profit organizations, real estate owners, agents, brokers, developers and investors, professional service firms, family owned and closely held businesses, and high net-worth individuals. The firm’s plan for the future is to grow organically and to continue maintaining a collaborative work environment, one in which each employee is treated equitably and with professionalism, with the opportunity to advance in his/her career. The firm will continue its strong focus on relationship building, strategic marketing and supporting the communities in which we live and work through philanthropic activities.

Hobbies: Crosswords puzzles, Sudoku, Boggle online, writing, and communing with friends over a good meal.

Favorite novel: Three by Dominick Dunne: “The Two Mrs. Grenvilles,” “People like Us,” and “An Inconvenient Woman”

Favorite film: “Laura,” the 1944 film noir starring Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Clifton Webb. The theme music is captivating.

Keys to success: Sense of humor; quick wit; caring about others, especially those with needs greater than your own; making connections for friends and colleagues; strategic thinking; creativity; willingness to stick to your principles without shooting yourself in the foot.

Person(s) you most admire (outside of family): The do-gooders of the world

If you had to choose a different profession, what would it be? Teacher