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Profile: He's the Only Director NJ Holocaust Commission Has Ever Known

John Mooney | July 16, 2014 | Profiles

Paul Winkler enters 40th year leading the nation’s first Holocaust education program


Profile: NJ High School Principal Ahead Of Curve On Technology -- and Tweets

John Mooney | July 9, 2014 | Profiles
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
May 28, 2014
Dr. Glenn Steele sees potential for Meridian, AtlantiCare to extend Geisinger Health System’s success
May 21, 2014
Kim Hanemann is leading efforts by Public Service Electric & Gas to invest billions of dollars in its transmissions system to improve reliability for customers
May 14, 2014
David Robinson has served as the state's climatologist for more than two decades
May 7, 2014
Rosie Grant’s Paterson Education Fund has seen state-led schools through uneasy times, now plays role of 'critical friend'
April 30, 2014
Former tennis pro Gina Genovese was her town’s first Democratic mayor -- and NJ’s first openly gay mayor
April 23, 2014
Reinhardt says NJ panel he headed outlined approach to hospitals that’s still important and relevant
April 16, 2014
John Hanson charged with restoring functionality and faith in South Jersey’s beleaguered transit agency
April 9, 2014
NJ Public Television host lists Chris Christie – along with Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton -- among most impressive politicians he has encountered
April 2, 2014
Hal Bozarth is one of the most effective lobbyists in Trenton, at least in part because he can forge alliances with apparent opponents
March 26, 2014
Ann Marie Miller, executive director of ArtPrideNJ, help cultivate creative pursuits in the Garden State
March 19, 2014
Martin Robins, who helped create NJ Transit, is still bitter over Christie’s cancellation of the ARC Tunnel
March 12, 2014
Also an expert in crisis management, Randy Mastro is heading the legal team that's handling the Bridgegate scandal
March 5, 2014
Community advocate Diego Arias notes that the mega-storm’s impact – including flooding and building damage -- was not confined to Jersey Shore
February 26, 2014
Filing as many as 700 requests for public documents annually, ensuring transparency is a full-time job for John Paff
February 19, 2014
From needle exchange and medical marijuana laws to Good Samaritan measure, Scotti has had success
February 12, 2014
As chair of the local advisory board, Antoinette Baskerville-Richardson is no stranger to struggle
February 5, 2014
Philadelphia native has overseen period of growth at Rutgers Camden, helped fend off merger proposal
January 29, 2014
Meet Michael Halfacre, Director of the NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC)
January 22, 2014
Chairman of the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee, Upendra Chivukula has steered numerous key energy bills through the Legislature
January 15, 2014
Evelyn takes over insurer’s tri-state region while waiting to see how new federal insurance marketplace develops in Garden State
January 8, 2014
State Sen. Joseph Vitale was inspired by personal experience to become involved in healthcare policy
December 18, 2013
Cecilia Zalkind has spent nearly three decades making life better for New Jersey's kids
December 11, 2013
Pete Dunne, long-time head of Cape May Bird Observatory, wants to take NJ's natural treasures to the world
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