Arc of Warren County promotes Beben, Lalevee to C-suite

The administration and board of directors of the Arc of Warren County recently named Greg Beben as chief operating officer and Annamaria Lalevee as chief development & communications officer.

Beben has been an employee of the Arc of Warren County for 30 years. The most recent position that he has held was chief administrative officer. In the role of chief operating officer, he will oversee day programs, community-based supports, information technology, human resources and the Service Coordination Unit of the Early Intervention Department. He has held other positions at the Arc of Warren County, including director of case management and IT director.

Greg Beben. (Photos courtesy Arc of Warren County)
Annamaria Lalevee.

Lalevee has been a member of the Arc of Warren County community for over three years as director of public relations and fundraising. During her tenure at the Arc of Warren County, Lalevee has grown the donor base, added and modified agency fundraising and awareness events and continues to explore new opportunities for collaboration and funding prospects. She has a wealth of advancement, communications, public relations and special events experience in the nonprofit sector and on the public relations agency side. In her new role, Lalevee will continue to establish and maintain relationships with key community and strategic partners. Previous to her tenure at the Arc of Warren County, she served in the capacity of a workforce development communicator as a talent network co-director at Raritan Valley Community College. She also served as the longtime director of public relations and development communications at Centenary University.

“I am so pleased to be able to promote Greg and Annamaria into these newly created positions,” John Whitehead, CEO of the Arc of Warren County, said. “They are both integral members of our leadership team and I am pleased that they will be continuing their good work in their new capacities and furthering the mission of this organization.”