Location:1112 Goodlette Road North, Suite 204, 34102 Naples, Florida USA
Carlo F. Zampogna, Naples native and founder of the Naples office of the Zampogna Law firm, has prestigious credentials and extensive legal training. Mr. Zampogna completed his undergraduate studies at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, with a triple major, earning his bachelor’s degree in Finance; International Business; and Spanish. His interest in International business came naturally as his parents immigrated to the United States shortly before he was born.
After graduating from Creighton University’s School of Law, Mr. Zampogna returned to Naples and began working for a local law firm, quickly making his way to partner in the law firm before leaving to start his own practice. Mr. Zampogna’s native language is Italian and he maintains dual citizenship in the United States and Italy. Mr. Zampogna married his high school crush, Ann Schweikhardt Zampogna, another Naples native. They have two children and a rescue dog.
Membership and Activities
Carlo enjoys to serve his community. Since returning to Naples, Mr. Zampogna continues to be very active both in the Naples community and throughout the State of Florida. He currently servers on the 20th Judicial Circuit Judicial Nominating Committee. He has served as the Chair of the Naples Zoo from 2013-October, 2017 and remain on the Board of Directors; Elected representative for the Board of Governors’ Young Lawyers Division and Board member of the Collier County Bar Association (since 2010.) Mr. Zampogna’s community involvement includes the following:
Chair of the Board of Directors for the Naples Zoo
Board of Governors Young Lawyers Division
Board of Directors, Collier County Bar Association
Leadership Collier, Class of 2011
Take Stock in Children – Education Foundation, Mentor
Legal Aid Attorney of the Year, 2011
Gulf Shore Business’ “40 Under 40”, 2008
Optimist Soccer and Naples Youth Soccer Coach
- Creighton University’s School of Law
Spanish (fluent), English (fluent), Italian (fluent), Serbian, Macedonian, Croatian.