As CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health, Garrett runs New Jersey’s largest health network with 17 hospitals, 500 patient care locations, 35,000 team members and 6,500 physicians.
Holloway will take the reins as president of Rutgers University on July 1.
The Audible executive chairman is also the founder of Newark Venture Partners, which has invested $15 million in 54 technology companies that employ a total of 400 people.
As founder and chairman of the Hampshire Cos., along with more than 60 years of real estate investment experience, Hanson is one of the most well-known developers in the state.
New Jersey has a long history as a center of manufacturing. In a real sense, Suuchi Inc., and its founder, demonstrates what the future of the industry will look like here.
As president of the New Brunswick Development Corp., Paladino has set the standard for what it means to be a developer in New Jersey.
Several leaders on this list are running companies that represent the future. Many other names are well-known in the business community and continue to drive growth and redevelopment. But whether they are making their first appearance, or a fixture from issues past, these individuals are making things happen in New Jersey business.
The governor and legislative leaders are edging closer to a deal on tax breaks, but one major sticking point remains.
Sue Altman The organization Altman leads, the Working Families Alliance, may not be a Trenton powerhouse. But Altman has a knack for getting under the skin of New Jersey power brokers. That was evident when she was forcibly removed from a hearing room in Trenton where South Jersey powerbroker George Norcross was scheduled to testify ...
Ralph Izzo The chairman and CEO of the Public Service Enterprise Group, Izzo heads the parent company of Public Service Electric & Gas, one of the country’s largest utilities. Since he took over the top job in 2007, he has staked out an unusual position among power executives as a leading advocate of clean energy ...
Philip Norcross Law firm Parker McCay and lobbying firm Optimus Partners might represent the epitome of the politically connected firms – if the news headlines and government watchdogs are to be believed. Philip, an executive at both, is the nexus. He is the brother of both George Norcross — the South Jersey political kingmaker, board ...