Quest Chairman & CEO Named to 2021 NJ Business Hall of Fame

Dec 15, 2021 7:45 AM ET
4 people standing in front of Quest Diagnostics logo
Pictured from left to right: Catherine Milone, President, Junior Achievement of New Jersey; Steve Rusckowski, Chairman, CEO and President, Quest Diagnostics; Gabrielle Wolfson, SVP, Chief Information & Digital Officer, Quest Diagnostics; Krysti Peitz, Manager of Development & Communications, Junior Achievement of New Jersey

Steve Rusckowski, Chairman, CEO and President, was recently inducted into the New Jersey Business Hall of Fame™ (NJBHOF).

Every year, Junior Achievement of New Jersey (JANJ) celebrates and honors the accomplishments of our state’s most influential business leaders. These inductees are recognized for their visionary leadership, high standards as role models for New Jersey youth, and their impact in positively shaping their business and communities. This year’s inductees into the NJBHOF joined remarkable leaders known for demonstrating business excellence and consistent community involvement throughout their professional lives.

On December 9th, the JANJ virtually celebrated our state's leaders and young people as part of the 2021 NJBHOF. JA Student Ambassadors led the program to recognize this year's Class of Laureates which also included:

  • John E. Harmon Sr., IOMFounder, President & CEO, African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey
  • Valerie MontecalvoPresident & CEO, Bayshore Recycling

Event proceeds help bring Junior Achievement (JA) to tens of thousands of young people in NJ through the JA High School Heroes youth development & service-learning initiative, inspiring tomorrows, and ensuring their bright futures.

Join us in celebrating Steve, John and Valerie, click here to view the event replay.