President of Wilson’s Retired Holdings, LLC, received a BA in Business Management from Montclair State University and an aunt of a child on the autism spectrum.
Gloria A. Jones
Retired Administrator, and business owner with thirty-five plus years working in social service management and business in East Orange and West Orange, NJ. Attended Rutgers University (business), Fashion Institute of Technology (Buying & Marketing). Proud Aunt of Nassan, an advocate and a member of the NAACP, NJ .
Secretary- Vice Principal at Mount Carmel Guild Academy where she has been a faculty member since 2000. She worked for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark as a certified social worker from 1987 to 2000...
Ted R. Green
Mayor of the City of East Orange
Ted Green has been active in East Orange political and civic affairs for over 25 years. He is a member of the Third Ward Democratic Municipal County Committee and is active in a variety of organizations...
Osner J. Charles currently serves as Assistant Director of Economic Development for the City of Paterson, NJ. In this capacity, Osner is responsible for real estate development, business recruitment, retention, expansion, workforce development...
Zelma M. Crump
Zelma is an employee of Essex County Division of Family Assistance and Benefits. She is a Family Service Worker. Her purpose in life is to raise Autism Awareness. She is the author of Cecil... The Greatest Brother (An Autism Awareness Book).
Rodney E. Jenkins
Rodney developed his leadership skills as a principal with the Essex County Regional Services Commission in 2005 where he supervises and mentors special and alternative education students.
William S. Parrish
William is a LEED Accredited Professional who serves as President & CEO of Noble Strategy, LLC, providing professional program and project management services to commercial/residential public and private clients.
Gerald Murphy’ grew up in East Orange, New Jersey and moved to Falls Church, Virginia where he attended Falls Church High School. Upon finishing High School, he moved to Philadelphia and joined the Labors Union in 1984 until he retired in 2004 from the Local Union in New Jersey.