Long Island Executive to lead local effort driving equitable health

James Prinzivalli paves the way for the 2024 Hamptons Heart Ball

into the Association’s next century

LONG ISLAND, NY, May 15, 2024 — As plans are underway for the 2024 Hamptons Heart Ball, James Prinzivalli, President of Executive Fliteways, has been named centennial chair of this year’s community-wide campaign. The Hamptons Heart Ball celebrates progress made through the dedication and passion of all who support the American Heart Association’s effort of investing in and saving and improving lives throughout Long Island.

“Mr. Prinzivalli exemplifies true leadership and commitment to Long Island and is the ideal person to head our Hamptons Heart Ball campaign for the Association’s centennial year. As a trusted member of our community, he understands the impact the mission and work of the American Heart Association can have on every person who lives on Long Island.  We welcome James to the Heart Ball, an initiative that centers around better health for every individual by focusing on critical issues and works to equitably improve and save lives,” said Mr. Joseph Perry, Chairman of the American Heart Association’s Long Island board of directors and Tax and Business Services Leader at Marcum, LLP.

In 2024 the American Heart Association will celebrate its centennial year, celebrating 100 years of progress and a vision for a brighter future for all.

“I am honored to serve as the Centennial Chair of the 2024 Hamptons Heart Ball,” said Mr. Prinzivalli.  “I am eager to work together with our outstanding team of volunteers and the American Heart Association as we all advocate to make a difference for the well-being of people in our community.”

The 2024 Hamptons Heart Ball is sponsored by Live Fierce. Life is Why sponsor Mount Sinai South Nassau and Live Fierce. Be Well sponsor Stony Brook Medicine and is slated for Wednesday, June 19, 6:00pm at The Wine Stand at Wölffer Estate in Sagaponack, NY.

The annual event is a night to celebrate the association’s year-round efforts to drive health equity on Long Island.  Throughout the evening the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health, will honor volunteers and patrons, feature stories of survivors, and entertain guests with dinner, dancing and an exciting auction. For more information on how to support or attend the Hamptons Heart Ball, visit www.heart.org/heartofthehamptons.