As Hackensack Meridian Health CEO, Garrett leads a health network with 17 hospitals, 500 patient care locations, 36,000 team members and 7,000 physicians — but maintains an entrepreneurial outlook that keeps the organization nimble.
Libutti is the director of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and vice chancellor for Cancer Programs at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences. The institute broke ground last year on a new cancer pavilion in New Brunswick that will fill oncological treatment needs all in one hub.
The “woman who needs no introduction” was thrust from relative obscurity to a national spotlight in a matter of weeks back in 2020 when COVID-19 crashed into New Jersey. Over the past two years the state’s health commissioner was a fixture at the hundreds of state press briefings Gov. Phil Murphy hosted about the pandemic.
Strom, the inaugural chancellor of Rutgers School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, has been among the most prominent sources of information about the COVID-19 pandemic in the state.
L-Z: Meet the men and women leading the industry that keeps New Jerseyans strong, active and full of life.
Meet the men and women leading the industry that keeps New Jerseyans strong, active and full of life. The top 10 honorees are ranked numerically; the others are listed alphabetically.
This year's list reflects some optimism, mixed with vigilance. Economic expansion is now front and center, rather than just getting up off the mat. So the center of gravity around which business decisions are made should shift away from Trenton.
As president of the New Brunswick Development Corp., Chris Paladino has set the standard for what it means to be a developer in New Jersey.
As CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health, Robert Garrett runs New Jersey’s largest health network with 17 hospitals, 500 patient care locations, 35,000 team members and 6,500 physicians.
Ambitious and aggressive could be words used to describe Jonathan Holloway’s time as president of Rutgers, having come on board in January 2020, just two years ago and right in time for the onset of COVID-19.
George Norcross — the Camden County political powerbroker, executive chairman at Conner Strong & Buckelew, and chairman of the board of trustees at Cooper University Health Care — has been widely regarded as the state’s most powerful unelected individual.
Dana Lancellotti took the helm at the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association and now leads the 80-year-old advocacy group with the concerns and priorities of thousands of restaurants and hotels in mind.