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  • Karen Qualter Carolonza and Deborah Nettune Sittig, Green Room CommunicationsCOMMUNICATIONS
    Karen Qualter Carolonza and Deborah Nettune Sittig
    Never under estimate the power of a compelling story – two former TV news reporters started their own communications company with a single goal in mind: to empower clients to tell their own stories. With this goal, Green Room Communications was born. Deborah Nettune Sittig and Karen Qualter Carolonza launched Green Room in 2008 to bring a new school approach to classic communications needs. Their timing was ripe. Economic conditions and the changing nature of Corporate America forced companies to figure out how to do “more with less.” While the workforce and funds have been trimmed, the workload still exists. The traditional agency model proved not always practical, efficient or cost-effective. This dynamic duo leverages extensive experience to add value to their clients’ communications needs.
    333 West Main Street #1
    Boonton NJ, 07005
    Work Phone:973-263-8585
    Work Fax:201-526-8351
    Email: info@greenroompr.com
  • Karolina Dehnhard, Budd Larner, P.C.Law
    Karolina Dehnhard
    Karolina Dehnhard is an attorney with the law firm of Budd Larner, in Short Hills, New Jersey. She focuses her practice on matrimonial law, including divorce, prenuptials, child custody, parenting time, alimony, palimony, child support, domestic violence and post-judgment issues. Ever since earning her Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, from New York Law School, Ms. Dehnhard has passionately represented clients facing difficult decisions in the context of a divorce. She has appeared on radio programs, published articles, including co-authoring an article on estate planning and divorce and co-authored a chapter in Understanding the Legal Issues Surrounding Same-Sex Marriage. She has been a featured presenter at numerous women in business events in both New Jersey and New York on the topic of Women Protecting their Assets, stressing the importance of financial awareness of women entrepreneurs. Most recently, Ms. Dehnhard joined seven other women entrepreneurs on a U.S. delegation to Ireland to develop international business relations amongst women in business. Ms. Dehnhard is fluent in Polish and continues to maintain community and leadership positions, serving as a commissioner on the Mongil Housing Corporation in Union County, and the leadership committee of the National Multiple Sclerosis foundation “Women On the Move.” Ms. Dehnhard is also an adjunct professor at New York Law School. Prior to entering the law, Ms. Dehnhard enjoyed a successful career in the non-profit sector and was the Assistant Executive Director at Community Access Unlimited, overseeing residential and rehabilitative services for people with developmental disabilities.
    150 John F. Kennedy Parkway
    Short Hills NJ, 07078-2703
    Work Phone:(973) 315-4524
    Email: kdehnhard@buddlarner.com
  • Marilyn Grabowski, AtlanticInfraConstruction
    Marilyn Grabowski
    Throughout the past 12 years the AtlanticInfra brand has experienced unprecedented growth and opportunity in the utility industry. Today the AtlanticInfra family consists of three rapidly growing companies. Red delivers seamless and permanent asphalt restoration. Structure provides custom utility solutions. Trac is one of New Jersey's leading underground utility locating companies. Strong leadership coupled with innovative technologies have made AtlanticInfra one of New Jersey's premier small businesses.

    Work Phone:732-899-8994
    Email: mgrabowski@atlanticinfra.com
  • Angela Iuso, Connell Foley LLPLegal
    Angela Iuso
    Angela Iuso is a partner at Connell Foley LLP, a prominent 140-attorney law firm with offices in Roseland, Jersey City and Cherry Hill, New Jersey, as well as in New York, New York. Founded in 1938, Connell Foley enjoys a long-standing reputation for excellence in serving the corporate community. Ms. Iuso counsels clients with respect to a wide range of corporate matters, including the acquisition and sale of various corporate interests, corporate structuring, related employment issues, and general liability matters. She regularly counsels clients on issues involving executive employment contracts, separation and severance agreements, restrictive covenants, solicitation/non-competition agreements, and protection of confidential and proprietary information. Ms. Iuso also handles a variety commercial litigation related to these topics as well as in the areas of vendor contracts/collections, distribution agreements, and other contract issues. She is currently a Board Member of the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association. Ms. Iuso and the lawyers at her firm take a hands-on approach in partnering with clients, maintaining the highest ethical standards, and offering keen insight and cost-effective solutions. The firm is well-recognized as a leader throughout the Mid-Atlantic and counts among its clients entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 corporations, government entities, middle market businesses and start-up entities. Ms. Iuso and her partners at Connell Foley LLP maintain a full-service law firm that is fully staffed and recognized in the areas of Trusts and Estates/Asset Protection, Intellectual Property, Banking and Finance, Environmental and Regulatory Matters, Real Estate/Land Use, Professional Liability and more.
  • Bellaria Jimenez, CFP®, MBA, ChFC
    Bellaria Jimenez CFP®, MBA, ChFC
    With 20 years of experience in financial planning, Bellaria now leads a team of 35 managers and 170 sales representatives. Bellaria began her financial services career with a Wall Street firm in December 1995. During her tenure, she evolved from Registered Representative, to Mentor, to Assistant Manager before further developing her management career by joining MetLife in 2002 as Agency Director at MetLife in August, 2002. Since 1995, Bellaria has been working with the Latino community providing education about the importance of financial planning. Bellaria joined MetLife with a focus on recruiting, training, and developing women. As a result of these efforts, she established an organization for women professionals called Women of Wealth (WOW). WOW became a study group and valuable resource for female financial planners. Her endeavor has become so successful it will be replicated nationally at other MetLife offices. She has since started a local chapter of the national organization, Women in Insurance and Financial Services (WIFS), and serves as president of the North Jersey Gateway Chapter.