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Mary Ann Boccolini

Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, President & CEO

Mary Ann Boccolini
Mary Ann Boccolini
Best 50 Women in Business

Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing, Boston University; master’s degree in human services, Rider University

Job responsibility: Executive

Company description: Health care provider

Primary professional/community affiliations: Moorestown Rotary; Burlington County Advisory Council on Women; Foundation for Hospices in Sub-Saharan Africa; Moorestown Friends School

When is it appropriate to text in business? Scheduling a meeting, or confirming a takeaway or next step would be appropriate. When I need to communicate succinctly and with immediacy, texting is a wonderful communication tool both in my personal and professional life.

What would you give New Jersey for its 350th birthday? The gift of more collaborative conversation in all arenas. Whether it’s debate over new legislation in Trenton, a visit to your doctor’s office or a discussion with children over the dinner table, discussions handled with respect and with a focus on fully informed decision-making helps move issues from silence, stalemate or polarization, to shared visions and achievable goals.

What do you wish someone had told you earlier in your career? If someone had said you can be a nurse and some day be president of a health care organization, I would have been very surprised. So, I wish that starting out, someone had shared that you can create your own options.

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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Mary Ann Boccolini

President & CEO
Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice
New Jersey
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