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Allison Hofmann QualCare Inc., Vice President, Client Services & Vice President, Marketing

Allison Hofmann
Allison Hofmann
Susan Bass Levin, The Cooper Foundation, President and CEO Adenah Bayoh, Irvington IHOP, President And CEO Catherine Bendall, WithumSmith+Brown, CPAs, Partner Dea Benson, Realogy, SVP & Chief Accounting Officer Cheryl Biron, One Horn Transportation, President & CEO Nancy Blattner, Caldwell College, President Mary Ann Boccolini, Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, President & CEO Cheryl Brunetti, RVM Enterprises Inc., Executive Chairwoman Mary Campbell, United Water, Senior Director-Tactial Business Solutions and Tri-State Growth Linda Czipo, Center for Non-Profits, Exercutive Director Toni Lynn Davis, Green Hill Inc., President & Executive Director Patricia Devitt Risse, ACT Oncology LLC, President & CEO Debra DiLorenzo, Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, President & CEO Caroline Dorsa, Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Nancy Dougherty, Studio 1200, Principal Tracey B. Early, Untracht Early LLC, Managing Principal Mimi Feliciano, FEM Real Estate LLC, Founder & CEO Wendy Ferber, Pride Products Distributors LLC, Co-CEO & Co-Owner Kathleen Frank, Augur Inc., President & CEO Elle Friedland, Voices & Visions Productions Ltd., President Mary Clare Garber, Princeton Legal Search Group LLC, Vice President Kiran Gill, PARS Environmental Inc., President & Owner Michele Haas, Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas LLP, Partner Tanya Helfand, Helfand & Associates, Managing Member Allison Hofmann, QualCare Inc., Vice President, Client Services & Vice President, Marketing Eileen Holmes, TD Bank, Senior Vice President Bellaria Jimenez, MetLife Solutions Group, Managing Director Barbara E. Kauffman, Newark Regional Business Partnership, Executive Vice President Jamie Kern Lima, IT Cosmetics, Co-Founder Adrienne Kirby, Cooper University Health Care, President & CEO Daniella Koren, DKI/ARCHES Technology, CEO Eleanor Kubacki, EFK Group, CEO Elizabeth Magennis, ConnectOne Bank, Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer Amy Mansue, Childrens Specialized Hospital, President & CEO Margaret Marcucci, Coranet Corp., President & CEO Tracye McDaniel, Choose New Jersey Inc., President & CEO Margaret M. McMenamin, Union County College, President Audrey Meyers, Valley Health System and The Valley Hospital, President & CEO Catherine Milone, Junior Achievement of New Jersey, President Cynthia Myer, Ridgewood Moving Services Co., President & CEO Carolyn OConnor, Wilson Elser, Regional Managing Partner Patrice Picard, Cornerstone Family Programs, CEO Silvana Raso, Schepisi & McLaughlin P.A., Managing Partner Jill Rottmann, Covenant House New Jersey, Executive Director Marilyn Schlossbach, Kitschens Hospitality, Restaurateur Carol Ann Short, New Jersey Builders Association, CEO Ilona W. Surick, Eisai Inc., Vice President of International Product Safety, Global Safety Assessment Officer Melissa Walker, Jazz House Kids, President & Founder Mary Elizabeth Warner, Quick Chek Corporation, Corporate Counsel Wendy White-Baxter, Aon Risk Solutions, Executive Vice President


Education: Bachelor’s degree in public health, Rutgers University School of Public Health

Job responsibility: Executive

Company description: Managed care organization

Primary professional/community affiliations: Brain Tumor Support Groups; Caucus: New Jersey

Last book: “What I Know Now: Letters to My Younger Self,” by Ellyn Spragins

When is it appropriate to text in business? I take the client’s lead. But for the majority of business communications, I think it’s too informal.

What is your go-to stress buster at work? It used to be Peanut M&M’s. Loved them! Now I’m trying healthier approaches. I’ll look at a funny picture from a great vacation, or just get out of my office for a few minutes and walk around the complex. It gets me focused and centered. I really miss the M&M’s, though.

What do you wish someone had told you earlier in your career? Not to take things so personally, and not to accept ‘No’ so easily. I have learned that as long as I feel I have done my absolute best, if a decision does not go my way, I don’t take it personally. It’s business.

The women will be honored at an event March 24 at The Palace at Somerset Park. For more details, click here or please contact Melissa Sullenberger at melissas@njbiz.com or call her at 732-246-5737.

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Allison Hofmann

Vice President, Client Services & Vice President, Marketing
QualCare Inc.

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