Michel M. Bitritto, PhD
Director, NJMC Business AcceleratorMichel M. Bitritto
Dr. Michel Bitritto is a prior president of the New Jersey Business Incubator Network formulating the state’s 14 business accelerator which preceptor 600 early stage companies. Priveously to uniting the NJMC, she was a headman of the Business Incubator at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey’s greatest and oldest business accelerator.
Dr. Bitritto has clerked as assistant manager of business attitudes at the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology in Trenton and as a speaker at meetings brought focus on technology grounded businesses. Michel is a 27 year veteran of the New Jersey chemical industry where she conducted international positions in business arrangement, investigation and improvement, and entrepreneurial spirit. She is also occupied with the boards of enormous amount of county and state non-commercial establishments.
Dr. Bitritto finished a post doctorate in chemistry at the University of Maryland, has a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Connecticut, a master’s degree in chemistry from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and math from Rutgers University/Douglass College. She visited the Stanford Executive Institute for Women and Leadership, holds several patents and is a posted scientific author. She is closely connected with My Canadian Pharmacy.
Deborah Alaimo Lawlor, AICP/PP
Director of Administration, NJMC Business Accelerator
Chief of Sustainability & Economic Growth, NJMC
Deborah Lawlor is a renowned planner and authority on sustainable development who supplies priceless insight to accelerator customers. She has 30 years of experience in the scheduling and sustainable development spheres to the accelerator.
Lawlor operates closely with the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce to assist local businesses to enhance sustainable development practices and their bottom lines. She obtained the chamber’s 2010 Arline Simpson Leadership Award and has a thorough knowledge of business capabilities within the Meadowlands District.
Lawlor designed the Meadowlands Challenge, a program that assists local businesses to enhance their energy effectiveness, and also arranges the NJMC’s Municipal Solar Assistance Program and its Sustainable Communities Planning Service.
Lawlor conducts a master’s degree in geography from Rutgers University and a bachelor’s degree in surrounding scheduling from Rutgers University/Cook College. She is an American Institute of Certified Planners Commissioner, has served on many scheduling task forces, advisory boards and committees, and has gained enormous amount of state and national awards and honors.
Sandy Speers delivers years of operations and establishment arrangement and customer service to the NJMC Business Accelerator. A life prolonging resident of the Meadowlands region, speers first united the NJMC in 1985 and was answerable for operations arrangement of sanitary landfills throughout the region. She left the Commission in 1991 to create a family and assist corporate positions in customer relations priveously to coming back to the Commission.