South Orange, NJ (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, Seton Hall’s President, nominated Manetta for this honor. Beta Gamma Sigma officials will travel to South Orange for the presentation, which is locally sponsored by Seton Hall’s Stillman School of Business. The ceremony was held at Seton Hall’s Walsh Library Rotunda.
Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society serving programs accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) of which Seton Hall’s Stillman School of Business has met its rigorous set of quality standards. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition that a business student in an accredited program can receive.
Manetta received her MS in International Business from the Stillman School of Business in 1998. She serves today on the Seton Hall Stillman School of Business Center for Leadership Development Advisory Council and is a member of the Center’s Leadership Women’s Program, Women Mentoring Women.
Manetta founded Argent Associates, Inc. in 1998 as a Supply Chain Managed Services company focused on Telecommunications and the Technology Industry and now has several locations throughout the United States. In response to the demand for innovative technology, Argent created a Business Eco-System, inter-linking customers with their customers in ways they could not imagine. Argent’s client base includes Transportation, Utilities, Aerospace, and Government verticals.
Both Manetta and her firm are known for their philanthropic activities, donating substantial time, resources and services to community organizations, local universities and underprivileged high school students.
Manetta has received recognition from the United States Hispanic Advocacy Association (USHAA), the Minority Business Roundtable (MBRT), Girl Scouts of America, the Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives (AHHE), and the RAYOS award by Latino Magazine, among others.