Mariann Dalimonte was born and raised in Port Washington (Third Generation). She has spent her entire life in Port Washington and her love of the community has been reflected in her passionate engagement with local organizations. She and her husband, Jim, who was also born and raised in Port Washington have three children Lyndsay, James and Amanda.
Mariann’s passion to volunteer began after a successful career as Director of Operations at Sony Music/Epic Records. After the birth of her third child, Amanda, Mariann decided she wanted to leave her career and take on raising her family and getting involved with her community. She started out small with just joining a few committees at her child’s elementary and nursery school, but as the kids got older she took on more responsibilities. Her love for her kids and Port Washington drew her to do more. At John Philip Sousa Elementary School, she was on several committees, including Vice President of Fundraising and Co-President of the HSA. At Carrie P. Weber Middle School, she was on several committees including the Compact Committee, Vice President of Membership and Co-President of the HSA. At Schreiber High School, she was Vice President of Communications, 2018 Gambol Rep, volunteered to help at the Gambol. Mariann was also a Committee member for the Port Washington Youth Activities (PYA) Gala Raffle/Silent Auction for two years, and for several years a Gala Committee member for the Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington. Past Vice President of Communications for the Port Washington Boys Lacrosse Booster Club, Past President of the Port Washington Football Booster Club. She currently is the Treasurer of the Pride in Port Committee, Board Member & Committee volunteer for SOUPerBowl and HarborFest for the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce, Port Washington Senior Citizens Board Member and an Advisory Board Member of The Ed. Foundation.
Mariann was a recipient of the 2012 Port Washington Chamber of Commerce Appreciation Award, a recipient of the 2017 Town of North Hempstead Woman’s Roll of Honor and 2018 Pride in Port Community Honoree.
Port Washington is a great place to grow up and she wants to help keep it that way. She consistently helps many local organizations that give back to the Port Washington community that has been so much a part of her life.