Iveth P. Mosquera, M.P.A.

Iveth is Director of Marketing, Public Relations and Development at Matheny Medical and Education Center in Peapack, NJ (www.matheny.org). As Director, Iveth and her team manage all volunteers, development activities, special events, government affairs, and marketing projects for the Matheny School, Hospital, Arts Access program, and five group homes.

Previously, she served as Acting Director of Marketing and Communications at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. In that role, she managed branding, visual identity and public relations for 21 academic departments. In addition, she worked as project manager for the office of the Chief Operating Officer and was in charge of special events and community relations.

Iveth has been a LUPE Fund, Inc. (www.lupenj.org) member since 2006 and a board member since 2008. More recently, she served two successful consecutive terms as President of LUPE Fund in 2015 and 2016. During her tenure as board member, she was co-chair of the LUPE Young Latina Leadership Conference two years in a row and co-chair of the LUPE Young Latina Leadership Scholarship Committee for three consecutive years. In addition, Iveth was named co-chair of two successful Statewide LUPE Latina Summits in 2014 and 2016. Thanks to her work with the LUPE Fund board, in January 2016, Iveth was named one of the 55 most influential Latino Leaders in New Jersey by the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey (LLANJ). She currently serves as co-chair of Elección Latina, a program co-sponsored by LUPE and Rutgers Center for American Women and Politics.

In 2005, she earned a Masters degree from the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration and was inducted into the national honor society for public affairs and administration, Pi Alpha Alpha. During her last year at Rutgers, she was the sole recipient of the prestigious McIntyre Scholarship and the Master’s scholarship for outstanding academic performance. Iveth is a fellow of the 2003 class of Leadership Newark, a leadership development and policy program, (www.leadershipnewark.org) and was honored with the Berkowitz Award for Distinguished Service.

She is proudly married, a mother of two boys, ages 11 and 12, and daughter of hard-working immigrant parents.