Kean University Honors Local Distinguished Alumna

UNION – Kean University recently honored Cranford, resident Maritza C. Matlosz ’81 as one of five 2011 Distinguished Alumni award recipients during an afternoon ceremony and reception held in the Science & Technology Building.

As a director at BlackRock, Matlosz is part of a company with over $3.560 trillion under management. She is responsible for performance reporting, attribution analysis, and compliance, as well as managing a team of professionals focusing on performance reporting/analytics and operations of sophisticated property and asset management software.


Each year Kean proudly honors its distinguished alumni for their outstanding achievements and service to society, their community and their profession. Candidates for this award are exceptional practitioners in their respective fields; serve as role models; are an inspiration to others; and are recognized by their peers for professional endeavors and contributions.

A native of Cuba who was raised in Elizabeth, Matlosz earned a degree in management science/accounting. Her previous experience includes working with Prudential Real Estate Investors, ING Clarion, and Schroder Real Estate Associates. She is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Real Estate Information Standards Council and the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries.

Since graduation, Matlosz is still connected with her alma mater, and never ceases to be impressed each time she returns to the campus. “Kean has grown every year,” said Matlosz. “Every time we visit, there’s something new and exciting. I was mentored over the years at Kean, and I look forward to giving back through mentoring. I reassure students that as long as they stay open to recognizing opportunities, they will succeed.”

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