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Cosmo DeNicola


As a global business leader and 40-year entrepreneur, Cosmo has founded 7 businesses, acquired 10 companies, took a business public and sold 7 companies to private, publicly traded and global companies. Cosmo has managed a diverse portfolio of businesses serving 17 countries including technology, healthcare, professional football, media, and entertainment while actively managing humanitarian initiatives that impact positive, global change.



Cosmo’s commitment to his Family Business Portfolio has seen him acknowledged as Ernst & Young’s (EY) Philadelphia Region 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year. Cosmo’s business efforts and companies have been distinguished by many international associations for their award-winning Software and Chronic Disease Management innovations.


Sports & Entertainment

The positive impact that the sports industry has had in Cosmo’s life, has led to a number of the Sports Industry entrepreneurial pursuits which include leadership roles in Professional Football Ownership and Talent Management. In 2014 Cosmo became an Equity Partner of Steinberg Sports and Entertainment (NFL player agents) and co-launched the Steinberg DeNicola NFL Humanitarian Awards program in 2015.  Cosmo co launched Equity Sports (athlete representation) with Yucaipa Private Equity. Cosmo’s contributions to Sports has been recognized with his induction into the City All Stars Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

In 2008, Cosmo joined a group of well-known media executives of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” the worldwide integrated media and merchandising company providing consumers with inspiring life improvement programming and products.



Cosmo’s Humanitarian efforts are focused on areas that impact world health, cultural diplomacy, conservation and recognition for those that influence change. He serves as a board member of the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI), a New York based non-profit organization that implements humanitarian projects tackling difficult global and domestic issues.  The Steinberg DeNicola NFL Humanitarian Awards (69 Honorees) annually recognizes NFL Players, Coaches, Owners and Executives for outstanding contributions to their communities. In 2021 Cosmo along with his wife Janet established the DeNicola Family Foundation. The Foundation's 4 Passions (Cultural Diplomacy, Humanitarian Recognition, World Health & Conservation) are managed by its Executive Director Morgan DeNicola. 

Previous Entrepreneurial Pursuits 

Television, Film and Theatre Talent Management

Healthcare Mobility

Electronic Medical Records

Arena Football

Chronic Disease Management

Warehouse Management

Yard Management



Cosmo resides in the Philadelphia area with Janet, his wife of 50 years. He has two married children and two granddaughters.




Temple University 76’ BBA Fox School of Business


Morgan DeNicola

Executive Director

Morgan DeNicola is the Executive Director of the DeNicola Family Foundation. Leading the Foundation, she incorporates its four Passions of World Health, Humanitarian Recognition, Conservation and Cultural Diplomacy. Morgan recognizes the importance of doing good while collaborating with those who are equally committed. 

Morgan is the Vice Chairman of the Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI)an NGO in New York. HDI works around the world to inform and foster dialogue amongst critical stakeholders on key global issues. They do this through programs with the U.S. Congress, U.S. State Department, United Nations, and International Embassies, engaging young people, supporting cultural diplomacy, and working on humanitarian programs.

Morgan has been active in Congressional Delegations to the United Nations. Her time there led to trips to Beijing China in August 2017 for the Taihe Global Civilization Forum and to Malawi in February 2017, where she visited the Amitofo Care Centre (ACC), alongside other HDI board members. The level of poverty she witnessed kicked off a fundraising initiative for Morgan, called the Cosmo Cares Mobile Healthcare Van. The Van was donated to the ACC in Lesotho Africa and will service remote villages and 10,000 villagers. Recently Morgan has led a black caucus congressional delegation to Rwanda to recognize the 30th Anniversary of the Genocide, meeting with former President Clinton who was representing the US.

Morgan has been a team member of the Steinberg DeNicola Humanitarian Awards, which recognizes members of the NFL for the work they do in their communities. She is also active in the dissemination of the CDC Scientific Scholarship at the annual American Thoracic Society Global Conference, which recognizes the international medical community’s contributions to science in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Other causes Morgan commits time to include Ronald McDonald House, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Local holiday food and toy drives and providing nourishment in food deserts.

Morgan has a BS degree in Elementary Education from Long Island University (CW Post) and is an active Board member of the Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown, PA and Reeds Organic Farm in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. Both the Zoo and Farm are dedicated to providing the community with varied learning experiences that encourage people to play an active role in wildlife and environmental conservation activities.


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Natalie Scarantino-Sadler

Program Director

Natalie Scarantino Sadler is the  Program Director for the DeNicola Family Foundation, a private, charitable foundation rooted in the passion for advancing World Health, Cultural Diplomacy, Conservation, and Humanitarian Recognition. In this role, Natalie supports the organization’s mission to make an impact locally, nationally, and internationally by raising interest and executing initiatives that support its founding principle that caring is an action, not just an emotion

Natalie brings close to 2 decades of related experience to the DeNicola Family Foundation as she serves in a variety of roles that support the Cosmo DeNicola Companies and the company's successful entrepreneurial and philanthropic endeavors  Natalie is the Executive Assistant to the owner of the Cosmo DeNicola Companies, where she is responsible for supporting the advancement of the holding company’s community-driven initiatives. Among other roles, she also served as the Chief of Staff to the Chairman of Cosmo DeNicola Companies where she is responsible for supporting the advancement of the holding company's community-driven initiatives. Among other roles, she also serves as the Chief of Staff to the Chairman of Cosmo DeNicola Companies where she supports the planning and execution of all corporate events and meetings while ensuring the development of synergetic relationships among all businesses in their diverse portfolio. Notably, Natalie also assisted the Chair in the development of their humanitarian brand, including the launch of their NFL Humanitarian Awards, which recognizes individuals involved with the NFL for their outstanding contributions to their communities.

With philanthropy at the heart of her work, Natalie embodies the mission of the DeNicola Family Foundation throughout her personal life. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Natalie has spent many years advocating for awareness through her involvement with the National MS Society of the Greater Delaware Valley where she supports their MS Preakness, Women Against MS Luncheon, MS Muckfest, and more. Natalie also participates in a variety of community service activities through her church that benefit the people of Philadelphia.

Originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania, Natalie received a B.A. in Communications from Wilkes University. Today, Natalie is married to her husband James, and has one son. They reside in the Philadelphia area with their son.