FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Andrea Kelliher 609.865.5494 MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Names New President/CEO – Thomas F. Curtin Trenton, NJ, July 19, 2017 – The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce announced today that Thomas F. Curtin has been named its new President and Chief Executive Officer. Curtin will assume his
HEALTH RISKS RISE WITH HEAT Extreme heat has arrived and temperatures and humidity will continue to rise. This increases health risks as you work and play outside, especially for older people and young children. Excessive heat can cause several health problems including heat exhaustion. Symptoms include: Profuse
MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Names New CFO/COO Janell Zoratti returns to the Chamber staff in a new role to provide operational leadership. The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce announced today that Janell Zoratti has been appointed Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer. This appointment marks a return to the
It’s Here! MIDJersey Business Magazine launches midjerseybusiness.com July 11, 2017—midJersey Business magazine has just launched a new website, midjerseybusiness.com, featuring shareable content, videos, and interactive features that highlight the region’s most pressing business topics, the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce announced today. The website also provides midJersey Business’ advertisers
R. Barbara Gitenstein, President of The College of New Jersey, announced today that she will retire in June 2018 at the conclusion of the coming academic year. It will mark the end of a near 20-year tenure, the third longest in the college’s 162-year history. She is
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and regional partners are organizing a conference to inform private-sector employers about apprenticeship as a talent recruitment and development strategy. The conference includes a national perspective on best practices and innovations in apprenticeship and opportunities for employer involvement in
Thank You! For participating in our Third Annual Strike Out Hunger at Sun National Bank Center. We hope you all enjoyed doing good for your community. Because of you, nearly 178,000 bowls of oatmeal were packed and will be going to countless children and families in Mercer County.