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 NJ.com 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.