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Two NJBIA executives and five members of the association’s Board of Trustees were recognized on ROI-NJ’s 2024 Women Influencers in Business list this week. Additionally, the leaders of two dozen NJBIA member organizations earned a place among the Top 50. 

In releasing its top Women Influencers on Thursday, ROI-NJ said the compilation shows New Jersey is “overflowing with amazingly impressive female leaders who are ready, willing, able and eager to take on any role.” 

NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka,  NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Althea D. Ford, NJBIA Board of Trustees Vice Chair Lori Roth, and Trustees Marcy Bliss, Celestina Quintana, Gail Friedberg Rottenstrich, and Deanna Sperling were all honored as Women of Influence. 

The leaders of many NJBIA member organizations were also recognized, including two dozen who earned a place on the separate Top 50 list. This includes ROI-NJ’s No. 1 Woman of Influence, Gretchen Wilcox, the president and founder of G.S. Wilcox & Co., one of the nation’s leading independently owed commercial real estate mortgage banking firms. Headquartered in Morristown, G.S. Wilcox has been an NJBIA member since 2001. 

Other NJBIA member companies and organizations whose leaders were recognized in the Top 50 of the ROI-NJ Women of Influence include: 

The Top 50 list also included Siekerka and Roth, who in addition to her service as vice president of NJBIA’s board is also the global managing partner for PragerMetis.