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​The Endometriosis Foundation of RI
PO Box 268
Albion, RI 02802-0268

If you have questions, or would like to know how you can donate to the foundation, please email

Our Mission

The Endometriosis Foundation of RI is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing valuable research to those looking for answers and information in the areas of Endometriosis and to wholly use the Foundations knowledge and skills to increase awareness throughout.

Endometriosis affects roughly 200 million women throughout the world, and is also one of the most poorly understood conditions.

Website donated by Ocean Pride Seafood Cranston, RI 943-6690

Site created and maintained by

Jennifer Zanni - ​President/Founder
Jennifer is the Founder/President of “The Endometriosis Foundation of RI”, a 501 c 3 non-profit organization, located in Lincoln, RI. She has worked for CVS Heath, located in Lincoln, RI, from 2006-present.

She received her Associates of Science degree from the Community College of Rhode Island, Lincoln, RI, and a Bachelor’s of Science from Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI and in 2009, received a Master in Business Administration from Salve Regina University, Newport, RI.

After months of suffering and numerous doctor’s appointments, Jennifer was diagnosed with Endometriosis in May 2010 and has been working to make this Foundation a reality ever since. She has the support of her family and friends to ensure the Foundation is a success.

Linda Zanni – Vice President
Linda Zanni is the mother of two children, Anthony and Jennifer. She is employed by Jewish Family Service, a non-sectarian social service agency, for 17 years.

For the past 9 years, Linda has been an Independent Mary Kay Beauty Consultant. She worked her way up to being crowned #1 in sales in the Rosemary Mitchell Unit, while overcoming the onset of Fibromyalgia.​

Daniela Gatti – Treasurer
Daniela M. Gatti is a native Rhode Islander and resides in Cranston, RI. She has been a Mortgage Originator since 2000 and is currently employed as a Assistant Sales Manager for Citizens Bank in Hudson, MA. She is a graduate of La Salle Academy, Providence RI and is currently enrolled at the University of Rhode Island’s Business program. Daniela enjoys music, dance, and all things equestrian.​

Amy Huntley - Secretary
Amy is a friend of Jennifer's. They work together at CVS Heath, located in Lincoln, RI, in HR Shared Services and has been with the company from 2014-present. She received her Bachelors degree from Rhode Island College on 2012. 

Growing up, Amy was always interested in women's health but she never knew how to take her interest to the next level. By volunteering and becoming a member of The Endometriosis Foundation of RI board of directors, is just the first step to Amy's journey to become more aware of women's health and bringing awareness to others. Organization is Amy's middle name and she ensures we are on track with meetings, to-do's and upcoming events.

Jenna R. Pingitore – Legal Counsel 
Jenna Pingitore is a civil litigator representing clients in court, in ADR proceedings and at depositions at Barton Gilman, Providence. She focuses her practice on medical and other professional liability defense matters, insurance litigation, health law, criminal law, domestic relations, and education law.

Jenna served as a law clerk to George E. Healy Jr., Chief Judge of the Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Court, in 2012-13. During her judicial clerkship in the appellate division of the Workers’ Compensation Court, Jenna worked on numerous trial and appellate decisions.

Jenna is on the board of directors of the Justinian Law Society, as well as the Endometriosis Foundation of Rhode Island. She is a member of the Rhode Island Women’s Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Committee, and the National Association of Professional Women. She serves on the Events Committees of the Roger Williams Law School Pro Bono Collaborative, the Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program (UCAP), and The Learning Community Charter School. She is a 5K Committee member for the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, and is a trial official for the Rhode Island Legal/Educational Partnership. Jenna also previously served as a volunteer instructor for the Smithfield Ice Rink and National Figure Skating Association.

​Serving as general counsel for several non-profit organizations, Jenna provides advice on incorporation, governance, employment, contracts and contract disputes, liability, and regulatory compliance.