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Marvin Eliza Trujillo

Events Coordinator | trujillo@ipinst.org

Marvin Eliza Trujillo is an IPI Events Coordinator. Marvin Eliza was hired by IPI in May of 2000 and has worked within two distinct areas of the organization. She first worked as an Administrative Assistant for the personnel/administration department. Subsequently, she took over the role of Events Coordinator.

Prior to Marvin Eliza's employment in IPI, she worked for Wright Bookkeeping Services where she assisted the accountant with accounts payable, accounts receivable, and bank reconciliations at various locations throughout NYC. As a native of Colombia, Marvin Eliza speaks fluent Spanish and English.  

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