Beth And Carmine Iacullo (B.A.C.I.)

The company was founded by Beth and Carmine Iacullo in 2001. 

Meet Beth Iacullo:

Beth started the business in 2001 solely as a Virtual Executive Assistant. Over the years, she has a created an impressive list of Corporate clients that she has successfully worked hand-in-hand with while remaining “behind the scenes”. Her business has since transitioned into Personal Assistant services as well, working side-by-side with Corporate Executives that require assistance both on a professional and personal level.

Capable of handling a wide range of Assistant duties and consistently producing top quality work, Beth prioritizes tasks in order to meet individual deadlines and has excellent interpersonal skills, initiative, attention to detail and follow-through skills.

Beth was also the Founder of WEXNETWomenNational, an online networking community for professional women throughout the US. WEXNET was born in 2004 in NJ and successfully grew throughout the US over the course of 11 years.

Meet Carmine Iacullo:

Carmine previously led the technology services side of the company with an impressive 20+ year background in the technology field. With an Accounting degree amongst his credentials, Carmine now runs the business side of B.A.C.I. while working in the technology field outside of the company.

Together the Iacullo’s are very generous in volunteering their time. Beth is very active with Habitat of Humanity of Newark, NJ and volunteers at the Food Pantry in West Orange, NJ. Carmine is a former 3-term Grand Knight of the Livingston, NJ council of The Knights of Columbus and is now an active member of the Easton, PA council. The Iacullo’s are both former members of UNICO, an Italian-American service organization.

B.A.C.I., founded in 2001, has been acknowledged in various publications.
Please click on the links below to access the news articles:

Virtual Office Assistant Advises …”Just Do It!”
as featured in Garden State Woman Magazine

Beth Iacullo Builds B.A.C.I. Enterprises
as featured in The Italian Tribune Newspaper

Businesswoman Enjoys Virtual Success
as featured in The West Orange Chronicle Newspaper

B.A.C.I. Helps the Homeless
as featured in The Star Ledger Newspaper