Naomi Marx

Naomi comes to MCF with a passion and dedication to advance the common good. Driven to help others, she has more than 10 years of professional experience caring for the elderly and for those with development disabilities. She is an active volunteer with the Wilder Foundation’s Caregivers Advisory Council, which advocates for proactive solutions to aging in place and support for community caregivers.

As a graduate student in Public Administration at Hamline University, Naomi has focused her studies on civic engagement, community development and issues of inequality. Naomi was drawn to MCF by its priority of radical hospitality and leadership in the sector.

Prior to working at MCF, Naomi worked at the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota and was a graduate of the Reatha Clark King Fellowship.

In her free time Naomi enjoys running, gardening, self-study and enjoying nature with her husband Daniel.

She can be reached by email at or by phone at 612.465.0717.