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63% of NJ workers see no change in workplace harassment, poll finds

A Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found that despite the prevalence of the #MeToo movement and several high-profile cases in recent 12 months,...

RWJUH names Baras LGBT navigator

Jackie Baras will serve as LGBT health navigator for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the New Brunswick-based RWJBarnabas facility announced...

Adler Aphasia Center names Walker president, CEO

Chantelle Walker has joined the Adler Aphasia Center as president and CEO, the organization announced Tuesday.

Former top lawyer at Newark Housing Authority joins Norris McLaughlin

Real estate and construction lawyer Ellen Harris has joined Norris McLaughlin PA as senior counsel in its Bridgewater office.

Vikki Ziegler: Helping divorcing couples untie knot

NJBIZ 40 Under 40: Ten years later

Vikki Ziegler doesn’t flinch in front of the camera. The Wayne native and divorce and family law attorney has made upward of 2,000 television...

Kimberly Brennan: Rising to top in a male-dominated industry

NJBIZ 40 Under 40: Ten years later

When Kimberly Brennan was honored with NJBIZ’s 40 Under 40 award in 2008, she was working as the New Jersey managing director for Cushman &...

Closing gender gap in finance

Management still largely male-dominated, but women making inroads

Are women getting shorted when it comes to promotions in the banking industry? They make up nearly 60 percent of the U.S. commercial banking...

Rutgers selects Klein as first Gloria Steinem chair

Best-selling author, feminist and human rights advocate Naomi Klein has been selected as the inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture...

Glenn tapped CMO at Hackensack Meridian

Hackensack Meridian Health has named Rose Glenn senior vice president and chief marketing officer, effective Sept. 24.

Catherine Hebson, former RVCC board chair, dies at 75

Catherine Hebson, former chairman of the board of Raritan Valley Community College and longtime Hunterdon County resident, died Aug. 23 on Isabela...

R&D Council's Case chosen as Lead STEM fellow

Kim Case, executive director of The Research & Development Council of New Jersey, has been chosen as a fellow for Lead STEM, the national leadership...

Panasonic names Hodkinson general counsel

Jessica Hodkinson has been named general counsel and secretary with Panasonic Corporation of North America.

Lambertville mayoral candidate in at Tonio Burgos

Julia Fahl has been named vice president of legislative affairs for Tonio Burgos and Associates Inc. in New Jersey.

Women entrepreneurs have it tougher than male counterparts, study finds

In theory, launching a business is one way for women to escape gender discrimination. But a survey by 99designs, an online graphic design...

Women on short end of VC money are discovering new funding alternatives

Last year was a good time to launch a startup, as more than $84 billion in venture capital was raised in the U.S. That total represents the highest...

'We just roll differently': How women approach relationship-building in ways that foster conversation, trust

New Jersey organizations such as Business Women Networking in Charity and Education, Bergen County Professional Women’s Network and...

NJBIZ Lists: Women-Owned Businesses

Ranked by: 2017 total revenue

RU big data board adds B+E CEO

The Rutgers Big Data Advisory Board has named Camille Renshaw as a member.

Two vacant properties to become women-owned eateries in Passaic County

Two women-owned businesses in Passaic County have received help from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s Business Improvement...

Ceiling still high for women in health care

Underrepresentation in executive ranks remains a national issue

Women play a key role in health care — as workers, caregivers, and consumers — but they’re underrepresented when it comes to...

Diversified taps new EVP and CFO

Kenilworth-based tech solutions company Diversified has tapped Allison Aden as its new executive vice president and CFO.

IFS taps Martin CEO of WorkWave, president of service management unit

IFS, a global enterprise applications company, has named Marne Martin president of its service management business unit and CEO of WorkWave, a cloud-based field service and fleet management service it acquired last September.

NJ lawyer named to leadership of Federal Defense & Corporate Counsel

Elizabeth Lorell, a partner in the Florham Park office of Gordon & Rees Scully Mansukhani, will serve as president-elect of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel for 2018-2019 as voted in at its annual meeting in Hawaii last week.

FCS’s Beekman announces retirement

Delly Beekman, CEO of Monmouth County’s Family & Children’s Service, has announced her retirement after 30 years with the organization, six years at the helm.

Saltzman joins K&L Gates’ Newark office as partner

Jody Saltzman has joined K&L Gates’ Newark office as a partner in its real estate practice. She joins from Reed Smith LLP in New York, where she had been since 2015.

Columbia Bank Foundation names Dupuis executive director

Amy Dupuis has been appointed executive director of the Columbia Bank Foundation.

Boiling Springs promotes two to senior vp

Boiling Springs Savings Bank has promoted Theresa O’Keefe and Debra Cannariato to senior vice president positions at the Northern New Jersey financial institution.

Women's White Collar Defense Association starts NJ chapter

The New Jersey chapter of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association launched this week.

PS&S makes trio of women firm principals

PS&S, a Warren-based architecture, engineering and environmental consulting firm, has named Kris McCool, Jarka Vonder and Marge DellaVecchia as principals and vice presidents.

Synchronoss elects wireless hall of famer Rinne to board

Bridgewater-based media, telecom and tech company Synchronoss Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: SNCR) has elected industry vet Kris Rinne to its board.

Sayres named associate principal at GZA

Environmental and geotechnical consulting firm GZA Environmental has promoted licensed site remediation professional Mindy Sayres to associate principal at the company’s Fairfield-based North Jersey office.

Former ABA president named senior partner, chief diversity officer at Locke Lord

Princeton law firm Locke Lord named Paulette Brown senior partner and chief diversity and inclusion officer Thursday.

Caride sworn in as NJ DOBI Commissioner

Gov. Phil Murphy swore in Marlene Caride as the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner on Wednesday.