Ammie Salom-Rodriguez has dedicated her career to healthcare, with 15 years of experience and over 7 years in administrative leadership positions at top healthcare organizations in the tri-state area, including Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Englewood Hospital, Montefiore, and Columbia Medical Center. She holds a B.A. in Business Administration and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Community Health Education.
The daughter of Dominican immigrants, Ammie was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She possesses a strong commitment and dedication to the economic empowerment and health and wellbeing of women and young girls. She is passionate about helping women break through glass ceilings in the workplace, in education, and at home.
Ammie has worked with community organizations to assist in fundraising efforts in support of young women. She is also the founder of Femmenominal Women, a collaborative community organization dedicated to encouraging women to live productive, healthy, and fulfilling lives. Through this growing platform, she hosts local events bringing women together to share insight about health, careers, family life, as well as connecting them to a network of sisterhood and positive support.
A supportive partner to her husband Gabriel Rodriguez, an elected official serving the town of West New York as the Commissioner of Public Safety, Ammie is also a mother of two girls, and works hard to model ambition, community volunteerism, healthy lifestyle, and work-life balance for her daughters.