Beth Englezos, Interim Chief Executive Officer
Beth Englezos is passionate about hunger relief, nutrition security and helping the community. As our first Chief Operations Officer she will design, implement and update policies to promote the vision of MOWMC and will oversee operations to drive the agency forward. She has been working in the Mercer County community for the last two decades, primarily with food insecurity issues and with older adults.
Prior to joining MOWMC, Beth served as the Manager of Hunger Prevention and Senior Programs at JFCS of Greater Mercer County. Beth has been a MOW volunteer in the past and knows that a warm, friendly smile can be as filling as a healthy meal. She sits on several food security committees as well as on the Board of the Paul Robeson Charter School in Trenton. Beth is a lover of learning and is continually taking professional courses and seminars.
In addition to spending free time with her children when they’re home from college, Beth enjoys taking walks with her dog, Cabo, as well as going to the gym.