Marta Bohorquez has been working to help individuals with disabilities integrate into the workforce while meeting the needs of the business community since 2001. She has worked with other organizations in Montgomery County and has over 90 percent job placement and retention rates.
Bohorquez is Ecuadorian and came to the United States in 1997. Marta studied Psychology in Ecuador. When Bohorquez moved to Montgomery County, she ventured into the field of vocational rehabilitation and began working with individuals with autism, mental illnesses and physical disabilities. She is considered one of the strongest advocates for people with disabilities in Montgomery County. In 2011 Bohorquez was presented the F. Michael Taff award by Phyllis Marcuccio, Mayor of the City of Rockville, for her passionate service to people with disabilities.
Marta loves her work and the opportunity it brings to help people in the community. She is the proud mother of two grown children, dances salsa in her spare time, is an active member of her local church and a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County.