Marsha Merola-Salmon has used her strong leadership and project management skills to enjoy career success in the corporate world, as an entrepreneur, and in the non-profit sector.
Her corporate experience in Operations, Human Resources, and Information Technology spans 25 years and includes resourcing, financial controls, and organizational planning and development. Marsha has demonstrated a unique ability to align business and strategies by creating new directions, initiating and inspiring change, and building business relationships.
In 2003, Marsha used her strong business acumen to pursue a long-held career interest in custom designed homes. Her first construction project was a 7500 square foot country French style home which she oversaw from groundbreaking to completion. In 2012, Marsha used her construction and project management skills working with Women Aware, a non-profit agency serving victims of domestic violence, where she managed the construction of the first permanent supportive housing units for domestic violence survivors in the state of NJ.
Marsha is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University. She completed her college career in Business at night while she raised a family and worked full time. It was tough but the love of family and work kept her energized. She is great at multi-tasking, organizing and optimizing time. She has two children, Christina a real estate agent in New Jersey and Michael, a Business Analyst in Chicago.