National Medal of Honor Museum
Mar 12, 2020
Marc Wolf
National Medal of Honor Museum

Marc Wolf serves as Vice President of Development for the National Medal of Honor Museum. As head of development, he is responsible for a $200M capital campaign to build a monument in Washington, D.C. and a museum in Arlington, TX. Most recently, he served as Director of Development in the Northeast for the Navy SEAL Foundation. Prior to that, he held senior development roles at both Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) and UJA-Federation of New York (UJA).

From 2002-2005, Marc served as a U.S. Naval Intelligence Officer for Naval Special Warfare’s SEAL Team Two, with combat deployments to both Afghanistan and Iraq; and he was also assigned to the Combined Task Forces for Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance in both the FIFTH and SEVENTH Fleets. 

In his spare time, Marc is a trustee for JFNA, UJA and the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York (JCRC-NY) where he serves as a VP and co-chairs the Commission on Security. Marc is a member of Jewish Federations National Young Leadership Cabinet where he holds a national portfolio, serves on UJA’s Global Jewish Safety Net Committee and chairs the Warriors and Veterans Society. He’s also an advisor to American Friends of Israel Navy SEALs and a member of Park Avenue Synagogue.

Marc earned an MBA from the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, a graduate certificate in Advanced International Affairs from the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government & Public Service and is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business and Finance. Marc is a recipient of UJA’s Morris L. Levinson and William Rosenwald Award for Excellence in Leadership and is most proud of being an Eagle Scout and uncle to two sets of fraternal twin nephews