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No. 5: Jonathan Holloway

Jonathan Holloway, president, Rutgers University.

His timeline is extraordinary: He was appointed president of Rutgers University in January 2020, just months before the onset of the pandemic. Then in late July that year he took the reins of a mostly barren campus, with students, faculty and staff practicing social distancing and remote-learning from their homes.

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No. 3: Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson, dean, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick

As interim dean of the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School since 2019 and dean of the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School since 2011, he is the first leader in history to oversee two medical schools at once.

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No. 6: Nancy Cantor

Nancy Cantor

The chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark is recognized as an advocate for leveraging diversity, re-emphasizing the public mission of colleges and universities as engines of discovery, innovation and social mobility.

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No. 8: Sue Henderson

Sue Henderson, president, New Jersey City University.

The president of New Jersey City University has played a critical role in transforming the school into a well-known and valued academic option, one that provides education for all, and she also has a knack for connecting with the community.

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Staying on the virtual stage

Jersey City brick-and-mortar boutique store Kanibal & Co. has a big online presence and sees social media as a complement to its physical presence. - JEN CHANYI

Small companies seeking more expansive reach should consider boosting their social media presence, according to a number of insiders. It’s relatively inexpensive and can help to turbocharge sales, they say.

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Playing in the majors

In the past, analyzing "big data" to identify customer opportunities and business efficiencies was beyond the reach of small- and medium-sized businesses. But now, technological advances have brought those analytics within reach of smaller enterprises.

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Picture this

Sagar and Jalpa Shaw opened Uncorked, a wine-themed BYOB event space and art school in Asbury Park. - BRETT KIMMINS

After getting married in 2015, Sagar and Jalpa Shaw were looking to do something different with their lives and careers. They weren't sure exactly what they wanted, but they knew that owning and operating a fun and interesting business was definitely in the cards. The result was Uncorked, a wine-themed BYOB event space and art school in Asbury Park.

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Sept. 13, 2021 Edition of NJBIZ

Sept. 13, 2021 Edition of NJBIZ

This week’s digital issue of NJBIZ – featuring state and federal agencies begin the rollout of assistance for businesses impacted by Ida, experts on an NJBIZ panel explore the issue of how to promote DEI inside and outside your organization, Aya Paper's founder is building a successful business by drawing on her experiences we shine our spotlight on Information Technology, and more!

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2021 Best Places to Work NJ

2021 Best Places to Work NJ

This survey and recognition program recognizes the Garden State's best employers across small (15 – 49 employees), medium (50 – 249 employees) and large (more than 250 employees) employers as determined by the highest authority on the subject: their own employees.

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