American Conference on Diversity Honors Hancock-Pena

EDISON–Jacqueline Hancock-Pena knows how to apply her enthusiasm, skills, and clear thinking to achieve success in all aspects of her life.

Recently, this humanitarian was honored for her accomplishments at work and in the community, where she gets important projects done that help others. Besides her responsibilities as the Assistant Vice President of Investors Savings Bank’s Middlesex/Driscoll market area and manager of Investor’s Clara Barton Edison branch, she serves many professional associations and local not-for-profit organizations.


For all of her efforts and successes, Hancock-Pena was recognized by the Central Jersey Chapter of the American Conference on Diversity. During the Chapter’s 2011 Annual Business and Youth Awards Reception on Thursday, March 31, she received the organization’s Humanitarian Award.

Hancock-Pena received the honor for her efforts as a leader, board member, chair of fundraising activities, and dedicated member of many organizations. She has volunteered her time to assist a number of groups, which include the Middlesex County College Foundation, Raritan Bay YMCA, Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, Edison Chamber of Commerce, Perth Amboy Salvation Army and Metuchen/Edison NAACP Chapter.

American Conference on Diversity’s Central New Jersey Chapter presented its annual Humanitarian Award to Jacqueline Hancock-Pena, Assistant Vice President of Investors Savings Bank’s Middlesex/Driscoll market area. Ms. Hancock-Pena is also the manager of Investors’ Clara Barton branch in Edison, New Jersey. Robert Durso, who is the Chair of the Central N.J. Chapter and a manager of J.J. Elek Realty Company, is shown with the humanitarian award honoree Jackie Hancock-Pena.

Photo by Linda Tondow, American Conference on Diversity

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