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Author Archives: Bethany Wiegand

No. 9: Annette C. Reboli

Annette C Reboli dean, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.

Reboli is a Professor of Medicine and the Dean of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in Camden. She is the Chief Academic Officer with ultimate responsibility for all areas of the school. Previously, she was founding vice dean responsible for oversight of the LCME accreditation process, undergraduate and graduate medical education, faculty affairs and faculty development, and developing affiliations ...

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No. 8: Lamont Repollet

While the former Asbury Park schools superintendent’s confirmation as Education Commissioner hit a political roadblock early last year, lawmakers ultimately approved Repollet for the post. It goes without saying that Repollet has his work cut out for him. He will be one of the key figures for hashing out a replacement graduation requirement for the high school classes of 2020 ...

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No. 5: Robert Johnson

Johnson is The Sharon and Joseph L. Muscarelle endowed dean, professor of Pediatrics and director of the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is also the interim dean of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University. Johnson’s clinical expertise and research focuses on adolescent physical and mental health, adolescent HIV, ...

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No. 7: Sue Henderson

Sue Henderson, president, New Jersey City University.

The ribbon-cutting at Jersey City’s Rivet development ushered in the beginning of a new era for the surrounding West End neighborhood and its transformation into University Place. Built upon a public-private partnership, Rivet was developed by The Hampshire Cos. and Claremont Cos. in conjunction with the city government and New Jersey City University, where Henderson serves as president. “Today, we ...

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No. 4: Patrick Murray

Patrick Murray, director, Monmouth University Polling Institute

Murray is a legitimate political celebrity. The Monmouth University poll, which he runs, is highly regarded as a measure of public opinion and is one of the surveys the Democratic National Committee uses to determine which of its candidates deserve to be included in presidential primary debates. He is also an astute and articulate political analyst and routinely appears on ...

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Making it in a ‘whole new world’

OB/GYN Orli Langer

Orli Langer’s job was different before she went into private practice. The hospital systems she worked in as a high-risk obstetrician/gynecologist were good hospitals, but she was beholden to the bottom line—she had to see a certain number of patients and she couldn’t always spend the time she wanted to with each.

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No. 6: Bonita Stanton

Dr. Bonita Stanton, founding dean, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine.

Stanton, the founding dean of the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, holds a bachelor’s degree from Wellesley College (magna cum laude, Durant Scholar) and a medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine (cum laude and Alpha Omega Alpha). She completed her pediatric residency at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital (Case Western Reserve) and her Pediatric ...

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Trimming costs

Live machining on CNC machines programmed with Mastercam. - CIMQUEST

From helping companies choose the best health care benefits packages, to providing recycling advice and services so towns and business can avoid stiff penalties, some New Jersey firms are working overtime to save money for their clients.

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A different kind of grower

When a member of a family-owned northern New Jersey manufacturing company grew worried about succession-planning issues, she put in a call to Steve Lauterback, a Morristown-based small-business growth and turnaround adviser.

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No. 3: Christopher Eisgruber

Christopher Eisgruber, president, Princeton University.

Eisgruber has led Princeton University for almost six years. Amid a national conversation about immigration, he has pledged his support for immigrants coming to the U.S. for college. And he’s backed up his rhetoric by contacting the State and Homeland Security departments to voice concern over proposed policy changes that would reduce the flow of incoming students. In August 2018 ...

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