Liz Rolon

Program Coordinator

Liz has worked for New York City Government for over 20 years. She provided support during two administrations at City Hall, where she managed the pressures of meeting daily deadlines of competing priorities.  She welcomed the challenges of supporting some of the City’s major events such as the ticker-tape parades and annual events at Gracie Mansion. During her work with numerous City agencies, she gained her program managing skills working for the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program at the NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. This grant was created to promote the development and adoption of broadband throughout underserved and unserved areas. She also gained experience in working behind the scenes at the 311-call center.  While working, she obtained her Bachelor’s degree at St. Joseph’s University’s weekend program in Organizational Management.

Liz has served the community by volunteering in a homeless outreach program. She had the privilege of fostering a child. After relocating to New Jersey, she served at a local church ministry that provides financial assistance for families in need and a food pantry that feeds over 60 families in the community.

Liz is a proud mother of triplets. She enjoys entertaining family and friends. Her favorite past times are gardening and interior decorating. 

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