Catherine L. Carlozzi is a retired communications professional with nearly 40 years of experience in corporate, agency and consulting environments. The focus of her 25-year private practice was executive speechwriting and business-to-business writing for high-level clients. She has written/ghost-written numerous articles for business publications.
Active in New York Women in Communications since 1992, Catherine served consecutively on the organization’s board and foundation board for a total of 16 years and chaired numerous committees, projects and events. In addition, she served on the board of trustees of the Montclair Art Museum for a decade and chaired the Art and Audience Development committees. Currently, she is a member of the board of the Nicholas H. and Margaret H. Carlozzi Charitable Foundation and 100 Women Who Care Santa Fe. Catherine actively mentors young women in communications professions.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin with a master’s degree in English, she received a bachelor’s degree in English from Denison University. Catherine and her husband, Nicholas, have been part- or full-time residents of Santa Fe since 2014 following 35 years in northern New Jersey.
The Carlozzis became supporters of CFFNM through his late sister, Beth Carlozzi, an oncology nurse at the Cancer Center in Santa Fe who died of breast cancer in 2018. They continue their support in honor of Beth, as well as other members of their family and close friends who have battled cancer.