Margaret Marcucci Coranet Corp., President & CEO
Education: Bachelor’s degree in management science, Binghamton University
Job responsibility: Executive
Company description: Technology services
Primary professional/community affiliations: Women Business Enterprise National Council; Women Presidents’ Organization; Newark Academy; Overlook Hospital; American Cancer Society; The Valerie Fund; Wounded Warrior Project; Washburn Center for Children; Good Grief of New Jersey; Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
Last book: “The Goldfinch,” by Donna Tartt
Who is your most influential role model? My father, Ed Spears. He had two jobs, one as a county assessor, and the second as owner of a successful fence business. It was very clear to me that he loved being in his own business. That same work ethic and persistence has always defined me.
When is it appropriate to text in business? For short, brief, informal communications, and when we need to get the attention of younger team members.
What would you give New Jersey for its 350th birthday? More jobs, helping to reduce unemployment, and showing the world that New Jersey is a catalyst for growth and success.
What is your go-to stress buster at work? Chamomile tea.
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Margaret MarcucciPresident & CEO