Marcy Matlosz has distinguished herself in the fields of EHS (Environmental Health Safety), Quality, Risk Management and Human Resources over a career spanning more than 34 years. She is currently consulting for Reagents Holding, LLC.
After graduating from Caldwell College in 1976 with a BA in Biology/Chemistry she focused on the chemical industry starting in a Quality Control Department entry position and over the course of her career moved into roles with increasing responsibilities reaching the executive position of Vice-President of Human Resources. In 1985, she received an MA in Environmental Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has worked for such companies as JT Baker, Mallinckrodt Baker, Avantor Performance Materials, and Ricca Chemical Co. The majority of her responsibilities were globally focused giving her many opportunities to visit various locations around the world and work with people from many diverse cultures.
Marcy has been active in a wide area of community work. As a volunteer for the United Way for 14 years in the Warren County Program she served as Board Member and Chairman and led the annual fundraising campaigns. She actively supported the “Fill the Bus” initiative which collected school supplies for needy children as well as clothing drives for the poor.
In addition, Marcy was a member of the Board of Directors of the Job Haines Home in Bloomfield, NJ and was active on the Strategic Planning, Building and Grounds and Marketing Committees. Her work there was important to Marcy because the Home strives to give high standard services while being competitive in costs and giving subsidies to those financially in need.
As a Board member of the Warren Hills Regional School District for 16 years, Marcy was able to provide critical analyses to the Board and its committees in the decision-making. Now that Marcy lives in Florida she volunteers for the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys which is a service helping battered women. In addition, Marcy is actively supporting the rebuilding of St. Peters’ Roman Catholic Church, which was destroyed as a result of Hurricane Irma.
The strong foundation that Marcy gained while attending Caldwell University (then Caldwell College) has resulted in a rewarding career and years of generous community service.