Profile: Suzanne C. Eng

Program Coordinator

Staff

Suzanne C. Eng is the program coordinator for the Center for Women and Work's Education and Career Development Research Program and the Career Equity Resource Center (CERC). Her work at the center involves the coordination of professional development workshops, summits, and special events and aids in promotional areas of marketing support particularly for the Career Equity Resource Center and the Center for Women and Work. She is the vital liaison to educators, administrators, parents and students for CERC. In the past, she has worked closely with the State Employment & Training Commission council on Gender Parity, the Women in Science & Technology Workforce Summit and Women in Law initiatives.

Before coming to the Center for Women and Work, Suzanne worked at the Center for Cognitive Science at Rutgers University, as a Colloquium and Talk Series Planner, she developed guidelines and implemented policy for speakers and committee members. Suzanne was also an Executive Director for Middlesex County Habitat for Humanity, where she was a vital liaison to the President, the North Eastern Regional manager, Board of Directors and volunteer staff. She also created a Habitat Chapter at Rutgers University and to this day has an active role at the Greater Plainfield Habitat for Humanity. At SpeakEasy M.E.D.I.A., Inc. she had the pleasure of working as a personal assistant to the President, Andria Hall, who is an author and a former CNN correspondent.

Her proudest achievement to date has been raising her four children, as a stay-at-home mom. Suzanne returned back to school after a 20 years absence and completed her undergraduate degree in sociology from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in labor and employment relations.

She is highly motivated, productive, and goal-oriented, with an innate ability to see implications of actions and ideas. She is delighted to be part of an innovative and motivated center that believes in equity for all.

  • 848-932-5472
  • sceng@rci.rutgers.edu
  • Center for Women and Work
    Labor Education Center
    50 Labor Center Way
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8553