Beth Marmolejos

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“Immigrant women and their role in integration”


Beth Marmolejos is currently employed by Anthem in New York City as an Executive Advisor in the IT Account Management area aiding the New York and Wisconsin business leaders as a trusted partner acting as an advocate for both Business and IT teams. Beth values and foster diversity and inclusion and currently serves as the Chief of Staff for the Women’s Inspire Network Associate Resource and is also the local lead for SOMOS the Hispanic Associate Resources Group at Anthem.

Beth has been awarded numerous awards from local, state, federal, corporate and nonprofit organizations for her leadership, commitment to the community and advocacy against social injustice. She is regarded as a unique and most respected colleague, associate and friend of many persons within the County of Passaic and the State of New Jersey. It’s that perspective, her volunteer spirit, and a persistent dedication to improving her community that led to her to be named one of the “138 most Influential Latinos in New Jersey” by the INDEX Latino 2019 and The Latino Spirit. She was also recognized by the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders during “National Women’s History Month in March 2019 with the “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence” award, by the North Jersey Federal Credit Union with the 2017 Woman History-Maker Award, and Passaic County Disability Advocacy Committee with the Salute of Champions for Disability Award in 2017.

She takes social responsibility seriously to ensure that education and economic prosperity are still part of the American Dream. She believes it is important to support and serve the community; to be an advocate for minorities, women and individuals with disabilities. She currently serves on numerous boards which support and serve communities. Some key boards include Executive Vice-President of the New Jersey Prospanica Chapter formerly known as The National Society of Hispanics MBAs, Madame Chair of the Passaic County Workforce Investment Board, Chair of the Passaic County Advocacy and Abilities Committee and Diversity & Inclusion Chair of the American Association of University Women – Greater Wayne Area.

Beth is married to her high school sweetheart and has two beautiful boys, one of which is Autistic and the inspiration to many of the things that she volunteers for. She is also earned her Black Belt in Taekwondo in September 2011. Beth is a graduate with honors from Farleigh Dickinson University, where she earned an M.B.A., in Finance, and a B.S. in Accounting.

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