Head Of NJ Economic Development Agency To Step Down

Law360, New York (July 25, 2012, 6:14 PM EDT) -- After 20 years at the helm of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, CEO Caren Franzini announced her resignation at a special agency board meeting Wednesday.

She will be replaced by Michele Brown, a former prosecutor and top staff member to Gov. Chris Christie.

“I have had the unique pleasure to serve the people of New Jersey in a tremendously rewarding job for over two decades, and now, with the EDA entrusted with so many tools for economic growth and positioned for continued success, I have...
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