Great things are happening with NLC-NJ Alumni and Honorees

  • Bill Moen was named Assistant Director of Constituent Services in charge of South Jersey for Senator Cory Booker.
  • Justin Braz was named a winner by PolitickerNJ for his upcoming new role as Chief of Staff to Gary Schaer, NJ’s incoming Budget Chair.
  • Tyla Housman was named a “winner” in  Politifax as the New Jersey Hospital Association drafted Troy Singleton’s Chief of Staff to be its Deputy Director of Government Relations.
  • Alise Roderer was named a winner by for her work in the 2013 General Election as manager of the LD18 Senate and Assembly campaigns.
  • 40 under 40 honoree Alicia Menendez was featured in the Washington Post story: The rise of Alicia Menendez, a voice for the millennials.
  • Emily Manz spoke at TedxBroadStreet at the Rutgers Business School in Newark.
  • Zachary Wright helped produce the play Kansas City Swing, which recently opened at the Crossroads Theater in New Brunswick and has been dubbed a rousing success.
  • NLC-NJ Mentor and former Progressive of the Year Maryann Woods-Murphy was featured in this story in the Record.
  • Yetunde A. Odugbesan was nominated for the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) for consideration for future exchange programs.
  • Advisory Board Member Jennifer Keyes-Maloney was featured in the TCNJ Signal publication.
  • Kavita Mehra wrote at the Huffington Post about her organizationGlamourGals and the great work they are doing in our community for young and old alike.
  • Faculty member John Rowley from Fletcher/Rowley was on The Pitch on AMC.
  • Neil Eicher created an organization to connect tennis players throughout the state.
  • Advisory Board Member Vin Gopal for being named to PolitickerNJ’s 2012 Power List. NLC-NJ faculty members Michael Muller, Julie Roginsky, Steve Ayscue, Tricia Mueller also made the list.


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