Kennedy’s Zoe Maria Rodriguez Mazzoni Honored as a 2011 Prominent Hispanic of Camden County
Monday, October 10, 2011
Zoe Maria Rodriguez Mazzoni
Zoe Maria Rodriguez Mazzoni, the Corporate Director of Pathology & Laboratory Services with the Kennedy Health System in southern New Jersey, has been named a 2011 Prominent Hispanic of Camden County. Since 1993, the County has honored more than 146 Prominent Hispanics, in commemoration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Ms. Rodriguez – one of seven 2011 recipients -- was selected because of her many accomplishments and valuable participation in improving the quality of life for all Camden County residents. The awards banquet was held on October 7, 2011 at the Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees, NJ.

A first-generation Honduran-American, Ms. Rodriguez was born in the Bronx, NY, and spent many of her formative years in Camden, NJ. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Rutgers University in Camden, and went on to receive two graduate degrees: a Masters degree in Physiology from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and an MBA from LaSalle University.

A member of the Kennedy Health System Diversity Council – which works to promote and incorporate diversity in all levels of the healthcare organization – Ms. Rodriguez has overseen seen many achievements at Kennedy, including the introduction of molecular testing in its laboratories, as well as total complete automation via a robotic line.

Ms. Rodriguez represents Kennedy as Treasurer of the board of Camden's Hispanic Family Center and as an member of the Executive Board of the Camden County Chapter of the American Red Cross. A married mother of four children and grandmother of three, Ms. Rodriguez is a member of the Board of Registry of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and is Past President of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Clinical Laboratory Management Association. Ms. Rodriguez resides with her family in Atco, NJ.