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Rep Roster

Mr. Dan Mackler

Mr. Thomas Magnetta

Ms. Adrineh Manasi
Branch Manager

Mr. Michael Maniska

Ms. Marina Manukian
President & Executive Director

Mr. Jose Manzo
Store Manager

Ms. Luz Maria Nelson

Dr. Carol A. Marienthal-Skaar, D.V.M.

Ms. Noelia Marin

Ms. Chantal Mariotti
Principal / Human Resources Consultant
 

Graduating from the Institute Chateaubriand in Cannes, France with a Baccalaureat A5, Chantal was initiated to the HR field in both the banking and insurance industries. She then started her career in hospitality human resources at the "L'Ermitage Hotel Group", Beverly Hills California in 1985. In 1987, she joined the Registry Hotel Corporation as Director of Human Resources for their Universal City property and then joined the Hyatt Hotel Corporation in 1990.

During Chantal’s nine-year tenure with Hyatt Hotels, she worked in both union and non-union environments, and successfully implemented the "shared-services" concept, directing two properties simultaneously. In 1999, Chantal joined the luxury 683-room Biltmore Hotel as Director, and Regional Director of Human Resources.

Chantal founded Executive HR Consulting Group, Inc., in April, 2003. As Principal of the Group, she now assists clients in various industries, performing human resources consulting and covering all aspects of the function.

Throughout her career, Chantal has successfully negotiated numerous labor-management agreements with various labor/union organizations, and served as Trustee on the Los Angeles Hotel and Restaurant, Employer/Union Trust Fund. She has handled a myriad of employee relations issues and investigations of discrimination and harassment claims.

Chantal is an active member of the California Chamber of Commerce, The Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), Professionals in Human Resources (PIHRA) and The Burbank Chamber of Commerce. In 2015, Chantal became a Member of the Board of Directors of LILA, ("Lycee International de Los Angeles"); an international school committed to academic excellence in a well-balanced bilingual curricula of the French and International Baccalaureate institutions.

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Ms. Lidia S. Martinez
Manager, Community Affairs & Grassroots

Ms. Tracey Mateko
Sr. Branch Sales Manager

Mr. Darin Mathewson
Vice President, Operations

Mr. Kevin McCarney

Ms. Joan McCarthy

Mr. Michael McCormick

Ms. Michelle McCue

Ms. Jan McElwee, Ms.

    Jan McElwee, is principal of the McElwee Group. For more than a decade she directed corporate giving and external affairs for a leading national retailer and, since 1992, has headed her own consulting firm. An active member of the philanthropic community for more than twenty-five years, she is the former chair of Southern California Grantmakers and serves as a senior advisor to many of the country’s leading philanthropic institutions.

      The McElwee Group counsels foundations, corporate giving programs and philanthropic organizations that strengthen the sector, as well as nonprofit organizations, on issues ranging from funder collaboration to board development and fundraising.  Jan McElwee has successfully designed and led numerous capital campaigns for a variety of nonprofit groups. She has also focused on individual donors and co-authored the report, “What California Donors Want: In their Own Words,” published by the National Center for Family Philanthropy.

     Prior to having her own firm, she managed external affairs, including the national corporate giving program, for Carter Hawley Hale Stores and supervised the corporate giving of such diverse store groups as Neiman-Marcus, The Broadway & Bergdorf Goodman, working closely with other funders and nonprofit organizations throughout the country.

     Currently she serves on the USC Board of Councilors for Civic Engagement and California State Northridge, Center for Southern California Studies. She also serves as Board Chair for Emerging Markets Development Corporation and serves on the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare, California Advisory Board. She was a founding board member of Community Partners and served on the board of The Asia Society/California Center. As an active member of the Los Angeles philanthropic community, she was founding Chair for the LA Mayor’s Advisory Council on Volunteerism and participated on the Governor’s Commission on Arts Education. She has served as an evaluating panelist for the California Arts Council and for the National Endowment for the Arts.

    Earlier in her career, she served on the faculties of Oberlin College, Conservatory of Music and Edinboro State University. She was a guest lecturer at SNDT Women’s University in Mumbai, India. Her undergraduate degree in music is from Eastern Nazarene College in Boston with a masters from Kent State University and doctoral work at UCLA in the field of ethnomusicology,

  

RECNT cLIENTS INCLUDE: 

Council on Foundations

National Center for Family Philanthropy

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Southern California Grantmakers

USC Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy

 

California Community Foundation

The California Endowment

The California Wellness Foundation

Entertainment Industry Foundation

EMI-Capitol Records Foundation

Hewlett Foundation

The James Irvine Foundation

Jonas Family Foundation

LA84 Foundation

Otis and Bettina Chandler Foundation

Roth Family Foundation

Lawrence Welk Family Foundation

 

The Accelerated Schools

The Asia Society California Center

California State University of Los Angeles

Caucus of Producers, Directors & Writers Foundation

Center for Nonprofit Management

First 5 LA

HelpGuide.org

International Documentary Association

Los Angeles Fund for Public Education

Los Angeles Valley College

Music Center of Los Angeles

Rape Treatment Center

William Shatner

Valley Economic Development Center

Wildlife Learning Center

Youth Policy Institute


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Mrs. Janet McIntyre
Partner & Managing Partner

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