The global lead of one major pharmaceutical company’s Organization for Latino Achievement is bringing her expertise to a nonprofit that promotes the economic revitalization, and aims to improve lives, in Trenton.
On Tuesday, Greater Trenton said Bristol Myers Squibb Global Lead of the Organization for Latino Achievement Leticia Ferri joined its board of directors, and will serve as co-chair for the organization’s Caren Franzini Capital City Award Event committee.
“I’ve always believed that partnering with great organizations and people is critical to any successful endeavor,” Ferri said in a prepared statement.
At BMS, Ferri works to enhance business performance with support for company objectives, while increasing cultural awareness, Greater Trenton said. The Organization for Latino Achievement provides opportunities for leadership development and networking, fosters understanding for the value Latinos add to the business and engages in the community through national organizations, according to Greater Trenton.
“We’re so pleased and excited to welcome Letícia Ferri to our board and as co-chair of our Caren Franzini Capital City Award Celebration Committee,” said Greater Trenton Chair Kevin Cummings in a prepared statement. “She brings tremendous experience and diverse perspectives to a dynamic group of leaders working together to showcase tremendous assets, build strong collaborations and partnerships, and support economic development projects of consequence throughout New Jersey’s Capital City.”