Profiles of Americans with Disabilities at EPA: Anthony Napoli
Anthony Napoli, MPA
National Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager, Recruitment, and Employee Services Division
Office of Mission Support
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Where were you born?
Rochester, New York
What is your highest level of education? What was your major?
I hold a Master of Public Administration from American University.
What brought you to EPA?
I joined EPA through the agency’s intern program. I have always had the aspiration and inspiration to protect the environment and serve my country, and to make changes that impact not just in the federal workforce and the nation but also the world and beyond.
What kind of work do you do at EPA?
I serve in both capacities as the National Disability Employment Program Manager and National Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager. I am responsible for managing and assisting agency-wide policies, programs and activities related to equal opportunity and recruitment, diversity and inclusion. I specifically work in the areas of disability employment and experienced workers. I am committed to public service and the coordination of programs and activities to proactively strengthen disability employment opportunities, promote diversity and inclusion throughout the Agency and the Federal government. I advise, draft agency-wide policy changes, and agency actions to senior officials. I also coordinate outreach programs and activities agency-wide, collaborate with other federal agencies and stakeholders, lead work groups and subcommittees, as well as provide support, training to other program and regional offices. I have a passion for what I do and to make a difference. I have a great team to help me reach the skies.
What message would you like to send to young Americans with disabilities considering going to college or a career in environmental protection?
Please join me and positively change the world and make it a better place to live in!