Marcia Metz

Marcia is an incredible volunteer leader who rises to the challenge and proactively looks for ways she can make a difference. Marcia is very concerned with the rise of antisemitism, and not only did she participate on CJP’s Fighting Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism Task Force, but she also organized an informal gathering of women to meet with CJP leadership and learn more about how they can help.

Marcia is the consummate upstander and a leader through her actions. She is deeply committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) both in her personal life and at in her role as Vice President of Information Technology at Iron Mountain. She’s passionate about the role education and dialogue play in fostering DEIB and is committed to breaking down barriers of inequity and standing against hate in all forms. She is a mentor to many young women, and even invited a Jewish colleague to attend CJP’s annual Pomegranate Society event and wear her Jewish star proudly. Marcia is an inspiration to us all!