IVETH P. MOSQUERA, MPA
Iveth is Director of Marketing, Public Relations and Government affairs at Matheny School and Hospital in Peapack, NJ. As Director, Iveth and her team manage all marketing, PR, special events, volunteer, and government affairs for the organization. Matheny is a nonprofit hospital, school, and social services program serving children and adults with medically complex developmental disabilities.
Due to a strong belief in making this world a better place, Iveth holds leadership roles in two prestigious women’s organizations. She currently serves as President of Latinas United for Political Empowerment (L.U.P.E.). She has served on the board since 2008. LUPE is a non-profit and non-partisan organization dedicated to civic engagement for Latinas and their families. She is a co-founder of the LUPE Young Latina Leadership Scholarship which has awarded more than $60,000 in scholarships since its inception in 2011. Iveth was co-chair of two successful Statewide LUPE Latina Summits in 2014 and 2016. Thanks to her work with LUPE, she was named one of the 55 most influential Latino Leaders in New Jersey in 2016 by the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey (LLANJ).
She also joined the League of Women Voters of NJ (LWVNJ) as Board Director in July 2019. LWVNJ is a non-profit organization that recently celebrated 100 years of defending democracy and voters’ rights. Iveth is currently Vice President of Programs and serves on the redistricting and social justice committees, works on voter education and advocacy issues, and serves as chair of the statewide membership committee.
Iveth was recently named one of the ROI Influencers: Women in Business 2022 for her current leadership roles in the community and in her professional life.
Prior to this, she worked as Acting Director of Marketing and Communications and Project Manager at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School for five years. In that role, she managed branding, visual identity and public relations for 21 academic departments and centers of excellence. In addition, she led initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within and outside of the medical school community.
In 2005, Iveth earned a Master's degree from the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration and was inducted into the national honor society, Pi Alpha Alpha. She earned the prestigious McIntyre and the Master’s scholarships for outstanding academic performance.
Iveth is a 2003 graduate of Leadership Newark, a leadership development and policy program and was honored with the Berkowitz Award for Distinguished Service.
Most importantly, Iveth is a proud mom to two intelligent and loving young men and she is also a dedicated wife, daughter, sister, and auntie.