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Our May panel of Ginny Bauer, Michele Brown, Michael Maron and Donald Norcross provides answers

Ginny
Bauer

CEO,
GTBM Inc.

Hostess in a restaurant, six days a week, 10 hours a day. Found out I love working with people, but I did not want to work weekends, holidays and when everyone else was off. Service industry is tough.

Michele
Brown

CEO,
Economic Development Authority

TV girl at the local hospital. I asked the patients if they wanted a television in their room. I would get a TV if there wasn't one already in the room, set it up and collect their money.

Michael
Maron

President and CEO,
Holy Name Medical Center

Paper boy for The Record.


Donald
Norcross

Assistant majority leader,
state Senate

Atlantic City Boardwalk cop. It was my first experience serving the public, and sometimes I wish I stayed on the Boardwalk.

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Our May panel of Ginny Bauer, Michele Brown, Michael Maron and Donald Norcross provides answers

Ginny
Bauer

CEO,
GTBM Inc.

Hostess in a restaurant, six days a week, 10 hours a day. Found out I love working with people, but I did not want to work weekends, holidays and when everyone else was off. Service industry is tough.

Michele
Brown

CEO,
Economic Development Authority

TV girl at the local hospital. I asked the patients if they wanted a television in their room. I would get a TV if there wasn't one already in the room, set it up and collect their money.

Michael
Maron

President and CEO,
Holy Name Medical Center

Paper boy for The Record.


Donald
Norcross

Assistant majority leader,
state Senate

Atlantic City Boardwalk cop. It was my first experience serving the public, and sometimes I wish I stayed on the Boardwalk.

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