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Profile: She Helps Keep Drinking Water from the Highlands Clear and Clean

Colleen O'Dea | January 21, 2015 | Profiles

A mix of ballet and rough-and-tumble Morris County politics helped prepare Margaret Nordstrom to be executive director of the Highlands Council

Profile: Bob and The Boss, Working in Concert for More Than 15 Years

Hank Kalet | January 14, 2015 | Profiles
Bob Benjamin, founder of the Light of Day Foundation, has attracted some of the top names in music to play for his charity
January 28, 2015
Former University of Maryland law school dean has been recognized as one of the top legal administrators in the country
January 7, 2015
Mark Biedron cofounded a progressive private school that’s a far cry from the testing-centric culture of public schools
December 17, 2014
Two-decade veteran of Trenton’s state government scene lobbies lawmakers and agencies on behalf of business community
December 10, 2014
Executive director of NY/NJ Baykeeper leads preservation and cleanup efforts focused on NY/NJ harbor estuary and tidal rivers and bays of Bayshore region
December 3, 2014
Although widely admired for his gentle demeanor, Edward Lloyd won't give an inch when it comes to the environment
November 26, 2014
New Jersey Future policy director stresses need to end neglect of infrastructure in cities, adopt revised statewide plan
November 19, 2014
President and CEO of Choose New Jersey boosts state’s economy by attracting businesses to NJ
November 12, 2014
Mary Alice Williams comes back to work in New Jersey after national prominence in broadcasting
November 5, 2014
Wardell Sanders knows that involving all stakeholders makes for successful policy
October 29, 2014
Ivonne Díaz-Claisse’s encounter with her own mentor, and her passion for reaching students, are changing young lives across the state
October 22, 2014
Director of Monmouth University’s survey says much of its success stems from listening to talk on the streets – and even in Jersey diners
October 15, 2014
Michael Catania has spent much of his professional life protecting the Garden State’s land and water
October 8, 2014
Princeton’s Meredith Martin takes research in a new direction with the Center for Digital Humanities
September 24, 2014
College of New Jersey grad’s varied career path led to post as Health and Human Services regional director
September 17, 2014
With her home destroyed by the storm, Dina Long knows firsthand the heartache and hard work involved in recovering from Hurricane Sandy
September 10, 2014
Dr. Ruth Perry -- Trenton Health Team’s executive director -- applies lessons learned in ER and in corporate world
September 3, 2014
Tracey Severns helped guide state’s shift to new learning standards in language arts, math
August 13, 2014
Coalition’s executive director savors region’s beauty and stresses importance of safeguarding its water supplies
August 6, 2014
Her efforts range from ‘pay-to-play’ reform to training ‘citizen journalists’ to keep tabs on government
July 30, 2014
Meghan Wren wants to share rich cultural heritage of the Bayshore, and ensure that it gets its fair share of Sandy recovery funds
July 23, 2014
Staci Berger is raising visibility for community development and helping reform housing policy
July 16, 2014
Paul Winkler enters 40th year leading the nation’s first Holocaust education program
July 9, 2014
With 64,500 followers on Twitter, Eric Sheninger is the embodiment of using technology as a teaching tool
July 2, 2014
With her NJ-based nonprofit, One Simple Wish, Danielle Gletow is touching the lives of kids in foster care all across the country
June 25, 2014
After his brother’s death, activist works to end gun violence
June 18, 2014
Michele S. Byers has put down roots at the New Jersey Conservation Foundation
June 11, 2014
As long as a project makes sense artistically and financially -- and for NJPAC's community -- John Schreiber will welcome it with open arms
June 4, 2014
Inspired by his father's experience in the Great Depression, he represented occupants of ‘Tent City’ in Lakewood
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