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CIANJ’s Spring Calendar Filled with Headline Events
April 12th, 2018

The staff at CIANJ have been working overtime to plan value-added programs this spring that will not only inform you but will connect you and your company to key decision makers in Trenton. From the Lieutenant Governor to the new head of the Economic Development Authority, we have planned events for members to interact with key policy makers.

May 2

A Conversation with the Lt. Governor and Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs: Sheila Oliver

May 9

A Conversation with the Commissioner of New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development: Robert Asaro-Angelo

May 17

A Conversation with the Commissioner of the Department of Health: Dr. Shereef Elnahal

May 24

A Conversation with the CEO of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority: Tim Sullivan

June 13

A Conversation with the Commissioner of the NJ Department of Environmental Protection: Catherine McCabe

Additional Special Events:

May 10

Launch of CIANJ’s New Black Business Network Forum

June 6

Roundtable Discussion: New Jersey Hospital CEOs

June 12

Tour of the State’s Newest Medical School: Hackensack Meridian Health School of Medicine at Seton Hall University

Registration is now open for several of these events and the rest are soon to go live on our events page! Visit www.cianj.org/events for full details on all upcoming events and registration links.

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