ERROR: Macro njDefaultArticleHeader is missing!

Identifying the all-stars on the NJBIZ Power lists

By

Back to Top Comments Email Print

Latest News

Hibiscus Express Island Grill to open in East Hanover

By Mario Marroquin
August 21, 2017 11:58 AM

Commercial real estate firm Ripco Real Estate recently announced Morristown’s Hibiscus Express is set to expand its footprint with a new location on Route 10 in East Hanover. CONTINUE READING

Avista Healthcare Public Acquisition Corp. to merge with Envigo International Holdings

By NJBIZ STAFF
August 21, 2017 11:36 AM

Avista Healthcare Public Acquisition Corp., a New York-based special purpose acquisition company, and East Millstone-based Envigo International Holdings Inc., an early-stage non-clinical contract research organization, jointly announced they have agreed to merge. CONTINUE READING

advertisement

V12 Data promotes Johnson to SVP of client development

By Emily Bader
August 21, 2017 11:28 AM

Red Bank-based V12 Data, an omnichannel data company, announced it has promoted Jeff Johnson from vice president to senior vice president of client development. CONTINUE READING

TriState Capital appoints EVP of finance and CFO transition plan

By Emily Bader
August 21, 2017 10:59 AM

TriState Capital Holdings Inc. announced that David J. Demas has been named executive vice president of finance and will succeed Mark L. Sullivan as chief financial officer, after a four-month transition period, on Jan. 1, 2018. CONTINUE READING

Communications agency strat-igence adds former corporate exec as president

By Eric Strauss
August 18, 2017 01:34 PM

Chester strategic communications agency strat-igence announced recently that it has named a former corporate executive as its new president. CONTINUE READING

BAYADA Home Health Care names CEO

By Emily Bader
August 17, 2017 01:20 PM

Moorestown-based BAYADA Home Health Care announced Thursday it has appointed David Baiada as its CEO, succeeding his father and company founder Mark Baiada, who is transitioning to the role of chairman. CONTINUE READING

Roka Bioscience to sell assets to IEH for $17.5M

By NJBIZ STAFF
August 17, 2017 10:53 AM

Warren-based Roka Bioscience Inc., a molecular diagnostics company, announced Thursday it has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Rokabio Inc., a newly-formed, wholly-owned subsidiary of Institute for Environmental Health Inc., for the sale of substantially all the assets of Roka Bioscience for $17.5 million. CONTINUE READING

advertisement

It was a distinction first earned by Caren Franzini. Then George Norcross.

As of yesterday, there are two more people who are members of this elite group: Robert Barchi and Finn Wentworth. I’m talking about people who have been on three different NJBIZ Power lists.

When she was head of the EDA, Franzini was on the Power 100, Power 50 Real Estate and 2011 Power 50 Banking lists. Norcross, Barchi and Wentworth have been on the Power 100, Power 50 Real Estate and Power 50 Health Care lists.

This roll call of all-stars is interesting because it shows the range and reach of these power players in multiple areas of New Jersey business. Barchi has burst on to the New Jersey scene—and NJBIZ Power lists—after mere months as Rutgers president because of his bold plans for the university and the medical school coming into its fold. Wentworth, besides being a national real estate figure at Normandy, is also close to the governor’s inner circle and has reportedly been a major influence at Atlantic Health System where he uses his deep Rolodex to raise money. Franzini’s gig at the EDA, often called the “bank,” impacted New Jersey business on a wide scale. Then there’s Norcross who is, well, George Norcross, and who seems to get involved in whatever strikes his fancy.  

Four people with very different personalities who now share one thing in common: being NJBIZ Power list all-stars.

Share This Story On:

Identifying the all-stars on the NJBIZ Power lists

By

Back to Top Comments Email Print

Latest News

advertisement

It was a distinction first earned by Caren Franzini. Then George Norcross.

As of yesterday, there are two more people who are members of this elite group: Robert Barchi and Finn Wentworth. I’m talking about people who have been on three different NJBIZ Power lists.

When she was head of the EDA, Franzini was on the Power 100, Power 50 Real Estate and 2011 Power 50 Banking lists. Norcross, Barchi and Wentworth have been on the Power 100, Power 50 Real Estate and Power 50 Health Care lists.

This roll call of all-stars is interesting because it shows the range and reach of these power players in multiple areas of New Jersey business. Barchi has burst on to the New Jersey scene—and NJBIZ Power lists—after mere months as Rutgers president because of his bold plans for the university and the medical school coming into its fold. Wentworth, besides being a national real estate figure at Normandy, is also close to the governor’s inner circle and has reportedly been a major influence at Atlantic Health System where he uses his deep Rolodex to raise money. Franzini’s gig at the EDA, often called the “bank,” impacted New Jersey business on a wide scale. Then there’s Norcross who is, well, George Norcross, and who seems to get involved in whatever strikes his fancy.  

Four people with very different personalities who now share one thing in common: being NJBIZ Power list all-stars.

Share This Story On:
advertisement

Comments


Be the first to comment.



Please note: All comments will be reviewed and may take up to 24 hours to appear on the site.

Post Comment
     View Comment Policy
advertisement
ERROR: Macro defaultSidebar is missing!
ERROR: Macro footer_top is missing!
Back to Top