October 11 NJIT

Women in Tech

Women in Tech

About

The NJ Tech Council Women in Tech Conference will take place on October 11th at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Following breakfast, the morning program will feature dynamic speakers and also provide the opportunity for networking and speed mentoring.

PARKING INFO: Please use the parking deck at 154 Summit Street, Newark NJ.
You may have to use the intercom and let them know you are there for the NJ Tech Council Women in Tech Conference in the Atrium.
It is complimentary parking.

Sponsorship Opportunities.

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Schedule

 
 8:00 am

Registration/Breakfast

 8:35 am

Featured Speaker

Zakiya Smith Ellis, Secretary of Higher Education, State of NJ
 8:55 am

Keynote

'Women in the Workforce Gaining Momentum'

Jeanne Meister - Founding Partner, Future Workplace
 9:20 AM

Corporate Panel

Shelley Goldman, AT&T [Moderator]
Lisa Giffin, KPMG
Kay Fernandez, Konica Minolta
Felisa Palagi, Internet Creations
Lisa Skeete Tatum, Landit

 10:00 AM

Break

 10:15 AM

Academic Panel

Mimi Brooks, LDS [Moderator]
Janice Daniel, NJIT
Rashmi Jain, Montclair University
Maria L. Alvarez, Robert Half
Susan Metz, Stevens Institute of Technology

 11:00 AM

Networking & Million Women Mentors

Carol Gabel, Seven Pearls
Kim Case, R&D Council of NJ

 12:00 PM

Conclusion

Judith Sheft, NJIT

Speakers

Zakiya Smith Ellis

Secretary of Higher Education, State of NJ

Zakiya Smith Ellis has been nominated by Governor Phil Murphy as New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education, where she will be responsible for policy development and coordination of other higher education activities for the state. Smith Ellis previously led work at Lumina Foundation, the nation’s largest foundation focused solely on higher education, to advance federal policy to increase attainment and to develop new postsecondary finance models, focusing on issues of affordability. Prior to her work in philanthropy, Zakiya served as a Senior Advisor for Education at the White House Domestic Policy Council, where she was tasked with developing, informing, and promoting President Obama's higher education policy. She also served in the Obama administration as a senior adviser at the U. S. Department of Education, where she developed programmatic, policy and budget solutions to respond to pressing challenges in college access, affordability, and completion. Before transitioning to work as a political appointee, Dr. Ellis served as Director of Government Relations for the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance, where she authored reports on the efficacy of financial advising in college access programs, on community college transfer and articulation, and on the ability of low- and moderate- income families to afford college more broadly. Earlier in her career, Zakiya worked directly with students in various capacities across the K-12 system, and her goal is to always bring those insights to her current work. She worked on staff in various capacities for Teach For America, helping to train new teachers, and for the federal GEAR UP program in East Boston, Massachusetts, providing college preparation and financial aid information to high school students. Ellis was introduced to federal policy as an intern on Capitol Hill with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, working for her former hometown Congresswoman. Zakiya has been featured on C-SPAN and Fox Business News, profiled in the Chronicle of Higher Education and Diverse Issues in Higher Education and was twice named to Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30. She recently completed a three-year term as an appointed memberon the board of directors for the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). Dr. Ellis holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and secondary education from Vanderbilt University, a master’s degree in education policy and management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and holds a doctorate in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania.

Jeanne Meister

Founding Partner, Future Workplace

Jeanne Meister is Founding Partner in Future Workplace, an HR Advisory and Research firm. She is the best selling author of four books, two books on Corporate Universities and two books on the future of work. Her most recent book is, The Future Workplace: 10 Rules For Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees This book was awarded the Silver Axiom Best Business Book Award for Human Resources professionals in 2017 and most recently The Future Workplace Experience book was named as the receipt of the Bellwether award, by the Community College Futures Assembly as the best book for higher education on the future of work. Jeanne is also a Contributor to Forbes and her column can be found here: http://blogs.forbes.com/jeannemeister/. Jeanne is the receipt of the Distinguished Contribution in Workplace Learning Award, an award given by Association For Talent Development honoring her body of work in corporate universities and preparing executives for the future of work. Jeanne’s books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Estonian. Jeanne is a sought after expert on the future of work having appeared in CIO, CNBC Power Lunch, CNN, Fast Company, Fox Business, Harvard Business Review, NPR, SHRM Magazine, MarketWatch, Time Magazine, The Globe and Mail, and WPIX, New York. Jeanne is on the Corporate Advisory Board for edX, a partnership of Harvard and MIT. Jeanne was previously Vice President of Market Development at Accenture (www.accenture.com) Jeanne is a graduate of University of Connecticut and Boston University. Jeanne lives in New York City and Columbia County, NY.

Felisa Palagi

COO, Internet Creations

On a Post-It at Felisa’s desk: “Inspire. Empower. Respect. Give this to the team every day.” Felisa believes everyone should be inspired to be their best, authentic selves to achieve more than they think is possible. Felisa Palagi is the Chief Operating Officer at Internet Creations, New Jersey’s Salesforce expert in service and sales, and one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing private companies for five consecutive years. Felisa is responsible for developing and delivering on the company strategy, ensuring the ultimate client experience, and supporting an inclusive, diverse culture. Palagi relocated to Hamilton, NJ from Boston, MA a year ago after leading the Service Lifecycle Management division of PTC, the $1.2B IoT platform leader. She has a 20-year track record of working in, and consulting to, hundreds of global companies, from startups to the Fortune 500. Felisa’s companies have experienced triple-digit growth, transformations from laggards to industry leaders, and successful acquisitions. Felisa believes in leveraging technology to drive value and is often found at the cutting edge. For example, her current passion with Salesforce includes Community Cloud that increases engagement across customer, partner and employee channels; and with Salesforce Lightning Experience which encourages smarter productivity so employees are more efficient. Felisa is also a recognized thought leader in operational areas such as increasing service revenue, decreasing field service costs, and driving user adoption. In addition, she believes strongly in inspiring women in tech (WIT). Felisa served on the Leadership Team of the 16,600-member Boston Business Women, helped the WIT Employee Resource Group rise to prominence at a billion-dollar tech company, and has mentored countless women over the years to successfully advance in their careers. Felisa’s vision for New Jersey is to be the tech leader in diversity and inclusion.

Shelley Goldman

Program Director, AT&T

Shelley Goldman is a trailblazing woman with over 100 patents to her credit. An AT&T veteran with vast experience in the frontiers of technology, she makes it a priority to encourage woman and minorities in STEM and educate them about opportunities in the STEM field. Shelley blogs for the Huffington Post, has put out a YouTube video and continually mentors students through Girls Who Code and Aspire in her attempt to reach other women and minorities and encourage them in STEM. She has also spoken at colleges, Hackathons, YWCA and AT&T events on the importance of STEM. Perhaps her most successful mentee has been her own daughter, Rachel, whom she inspired to become an engineer and who earned an MS in computer science from Columbia. Shelley is currently responsible for developing metrics focused on measuring the migration of AT&T’s network to 75% software based by 2020. She previously provided the “Voice of the Customer” to AT&T Labs and led the AT&T Emerging Technologies Forum. ETF provided a venue for AT&T Labs to introduce new concepts, ideas and technologies forming a bridge between tech innovations and the business environment. No stranger to either space, Shelley has served AT&T through stints in marketing research, customer satisfaction, and mobility as well as at Labs. Shelley is a graduate of City University of NY – Baruch College (BBA) and Columbia University (MBA). She has participated in Columbia Senior Executive Programs and has been a guest lecturer at Columbia University. Shelley has received numerous awards including the Research Excellence Award for development and deploying services. Her projects have gained international recognition and have been mentioned in publications as diverse as Fortune Magazine and Data Briefs. Ever mindful of the need to give back to her community, Shelley has previously served as regional president of an international charity and presently serves on the board of her local sisterhood organization. She is a wife, proud mother of two and most recently has taken on her most prestigious role yet, grandmother.

Mimi Brooks

CEO, Logical Design Solutions

Mimi Brooks is CEO of Logical Design Solutions (LDS), a consulting firm that envisions and designs enterprise digital solutions. Since founding the company in 1990, she has led LDS to become a recognized brand among the technology-focused management consultancies, and the trusted partner to Fortune 500 business clients. LDS’ solutions are used by global organizations in all industries – and by people in challenging work environments with diverse needs, interests, and expectations. In these inside-the-enterprise contexts, LDS is considered a best-of-breed consultancy with deep expertise and a 25-year commitment to experience design and innovation. Brooks has spoken at dozens of industry conferences and often keynotes Conference Board events. Most recently Mimi presented to executives attending the Conference Board Organizational Design Conference in New York City. She also addressed The Conference Board Innovation Masterclass in Atlanta, where she presented to executives that lead R&D and Innovation for some the world’s largest companies. Brooks is a former AT&T executive with a career-spanning focus on organizational design, technology-driven business transformation, and research on the changing behaviors of business users. She is a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences, and is an author on topics such as digital business strategy, omni-channel experience design, and the governance and sustainability of global, digital programs.

Maria L. Alvarez

Business Development Executive, Robert Half Technology

Maria is a Business Development Executive at Robert Half Technology, partnering daily with C-suite and technology executives to define business solutions through strategic staff augmentation and customized managed solution deliverables. After spending several years knitting her commute away on NJ Transit to New York, she is now back in the heart of the Garden State, focusing on business partnerships while also supporting Diversity and Inclusion initiatives for women and the Latinx community in her spare time (whatever that is). In the non-profit space Maria holds the position of Vice President of Business Development for the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) New Jersey Chapter and is a champion board associate of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners- Women in Technology (IAMCP- WIT). Maria is also an avid networker and active in the New Jersey and Philadelphia #LinkedInLocal meetup scene. Maria pursued her undergraduate degree at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus with a focus on English Literature and Linguistics and minor in Education. “Antes, Ahora, y Siempre: Colegio!”

Lisa Giffin

Managing Director, Business Tax Services, KPMG

Lisa is a Tax Managing Director at KPMG, based out of Philadelphia. She assists multinational companies, including KPMG, in designing and executing target operating models that reduce cost, optimize resource utilization, and improve the overall quality of their tax functions. Her clients span multiple industries including manufacturing, consumer and retail, financial services, and energy and natural resources. Lisa has more than 20 years of experience in corporate and partnership tax compliance and reporting, primarily concentrated in the development and deployment of advanced tax process and technology solutions. She currently leads the deployment and marketing efforts of key KPMG initiatives in the tax transformation and innovation space where Lisa works closely with legal and risk regulatory groups to mitigate the risks and define policies related to the deployment of technology solutions. She has extensive experience in strategic planning, project management, business analysis, transition, and custom system implementation. Lisa is trained in Lean Six Sigma methodologies and facilitates continuous improvement workshops where she works with clients to identify and implement opportunities for change that drive efficiency and operational effectiveness. Lisa is a frequent instructor at various internal and external training events and is part of KPMG’s Network of Women (KNOW), which focuses on enhancing career opportunities for women in the industry. Lisa currently resides in Williamstown, New Jersey with her husband and 2 children.

Janice Daniel

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, NJIT

Dr. Janice Daniel is a Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies in the Newark College of Engineering. She has been a Professor at NJIT since 1999 teaching courses in Traffic Control and Capacity Analysis and performing research in the areas of Traffic Operations and Transportation Safety. Dr. Daniel’s research is focused in the areas of transportation safety and operations and has been sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Federal Highway Administration, New Jersey Department of Transportation, NJ Transit, NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety and others. She received her B.S from Princeton University in Civil Engineering, her M.S. in Transportation Engineering from NYU-Polytechnic University and her Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.

Rashmi Jain

Professor and Chair, Department of Information Management and Business Analytics, Montclair State University

Dr. Rashmi Jain is Professor and Chair, Department of Information Management and Business Analytics at the Feliciano School of Business at Montclair State University (MSU). Prior to joining academia she was at Accenture consulting for Fortune 100 companies in energy, telecom, utilities and financial services sectors. Dr. Jain developed and launched both the under graduate and the MS in Business Analytics programs at MSU – one of the few ones in the tri-state area. She has extensive experience of teaching, advising, and training graduate and under graduate students and senior executives both in the U.S. and overseas at businesses, government agencies, and academic institutions. Some of these are Defense Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) Singapore, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) USA, US Department of Defence, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, IBM, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) etc. Dr. Jain’s research and teaching interests are systems architecture and design, systems integration, business analytics, and technology management. She is visiting professor to the Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University, Japan since 2007. Dr. Jain is a board member and VP of Academic Matters for Society for Information Management (SIM). She is VP of Education and Training and board member on the New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA). She has been recently appointed by the Governor of State of New Jersey to the first governing board of New Jersey Integrated Public Health Database (iPHD), the statutory body created in 2016 to oversee and manage the state’s health data. She is also a member of the Steering Committee, Technology for Business Roundtable for Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ). For more information please visit: https://business.montclair.edu/faculty-research/faculty-directory/jainra

Susan Metz

Executive Director of Diversity and Inclusion and Senior Research Associate, Stevens Institute of Technology

Susan Metz is the Executive Director of Diversity and Inclusion and Senior Research Associate at Stevens Institute of Technology. A member of the Stevens President’s Cabinet, Susan directs and catalyzes efforts to increase diversity of the faculty and student body, and to improve University culture and climate. As principal investigator of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant, Metz collaborates with academic leaders across the University to increase recruitment, retention and advancement of women faculty in the academic sciences at Stevens. Susan is a founder of the national organization WEPAN, Women in Engineering Proactive Network, and under her leadership, Stevens and WEPAN were recognized by Presidents Clinton and Bush respectively, with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM). Susan is a recipient of the Maria Mitchell Women in Science Award and is an Association for Women in Science Fellow.

Kay Fernandez

Senior Vice President, Marketing, Konica Minolta Business Solutions

Kay Du Fernandez leads the creation of innovative marketing strategies throughout the entire customer journey. Through digital disruption, brand awareness, a focus on customer experience, marketing communications and channel management, she works to improve the value we deliver to customers, partners and employees. Her responsibilities also encompass strategic business development and pricing to support sales efforts for Konica Minolta’s U.S. operations. Kay established the Step Forward Program at Konica Minolta to inspire women in professional excellence.

Kim Case

Executive Director, R&D Council of NJ

Kim Case, Esq. serves as Executive Director of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey. In this role, Kim sets the Council’s overall agenda, advises its leadership on issues related to the Council’s mission of advancing excellence in STEM education and innovation in the state, and runs the day-to-day operations of the organization. Kim also spearheaded the development of the Council’s flagship STEM education initiative, the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program, a public private partnership with the State of New Jersey, as well as created New Jersey STEM Month, in partnership with the Governor’s Office and New Jersey State Legislature, to highlight the state’s STEM achievements. Kim leads the New Jersey STEM Pathways Network, a public-private strategic alliance striving for statewide excellence in STEM education and workforce development. Kim also serves as co-state champion of Million Women Mentors-New Jersey, a national initiative to increase the number of mentors for women and girls in STEM. Prior to her work with the Council, Kim served as a middle-school teacher in the South Bronx as part of Teach for America (TFA) and received her Masters in Teaching from Pace University. Subsequent to teaching, Kim attended Rutgers School of Law-Newark and upon graduating was a litigation associate. IN 2018, Kim was named one of NJBIZ’s 50 Best Women in Business and was recognized for her work in STEM by the Association of Women in Science (New Jersey). Kim serves on the Long Hill School Board of Education and served on Governor-elect Murphy’s Education, Access, and Opportunity Transition Committee. She also serves as a Board member of CASA of NJ. Kim is a graduate of Lead NJ and was a fellow in TFA’s Emerging Political Leaders Fellowship Program. Previously, Kim served as Chair of the Board of the Women’s Fund of New Jersey. Kim was appointed by Governor Christie to serve on the New Jersey Governor’s School Board of Overseers, serves on Kean University’s New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics and served on Newark Technology High School’s Advisory Board. This past fall, Kim began a fellowship with LEAD STEM, one of only twenty candidates from across the country selected for the intensive leadership development program. Kim received her B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers College. While at Rutgers College, Kim served as the Student Representative to the Board of Governors and Undergraduate Student Representative to the Board of Trustees.

Lisa Skeete Tatum

Founder& CEO, Landit

Lisa Skeete Tatum is founder and CEO of Landit, a technology platform created to increase the success and engagement of women in the workplace. The platform offers a turn-key "one size fits one" solution that enables companies to attract, develop, and retain high-potential diverse talent. Previously, Lisa was a General Partner for over a decade with Cardinal Partners, a $350M+ early stage healthcare venture capital firm. Lisa also worked for Procter & Gamble, GE Capital, and founded her own consulting practice. Lisa serves on numerous high growth, public, and non-profit boards including Surgical Care Affiliates (NASDAQ:SCAI), Union Square Hospitality Group, Cornell University Board of Trustees, McCarter Theater, The Lawrenceville School, The Princeton Area Community Foundation, and the Harvard Business School Board of Dean’s Advisors. Lisa received her BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University and her MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a member of the Kauffman Fellows Class 4 and a 2012 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fast Company, Vanity Fair, Fortune, Inc., CNBC, BBC Business and named one of the Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs by Inc. Landit was named one of the Top 10 Innovations That Made Women’s Lives Better by Fast Company.

Carol Gabel

President, Seven Pearls

With over twenty years of executive management with two State Chambers of Commerce, Ms. Gabel has worked with five Government Administrations and hundreds of legislators and elected officials. She has counseled thousands of businesses on attracting new clients, mitigating their risks, and maximizing their growth potential. As President of Seven Pearls, LLC , Ms. Gabel has successfully navigated local and international businesses through the maze of risk management, including these seven areas: Legal, Accounting, Regulatory Compliance, Insurance, Disaster Recovery, and Security (emphasis on Cyber). She is an Associate at MGR Management & Government Resources, Inc. lending her government relations expertise on a number of critical issues impacting New Jersey and across the nation. As a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, Ms. Gabel has facilitated numerous educational seminars on the risk of cyber threats. Her cybersecurity clients include numerous NJ Small Business Development Centers and some of the top colleges and universities in the state and she has partnered often with the NJ Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and top experts in the field. For the past 10 years she has served on the board of the G.I. Go Fund, which assists veterans, active-duty personnel, their family members, veteran supporters, and all military community with finding employment, connecting their benefits, and accessing housing opportunities. Ms. Gabel graduated with a B.A.in Political Science from Kean University and has received numerous awards for her work as a Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor and for the New Jersey Juvenile Conference Committee. She is a Paralegal and licensed in Life and Health Insurance.

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LDS’ solutions are used by global organizations in all industries – and by people in challenging work environments with diverse needs, interests, and expectations. In these inside-the-enterprise contexts, LDS is considered a best-of-breed consultancy with deep expertise and a 25-year commitment to experience design and innovation. Brooks has spoken at dozens of industry conferences and often keynotes Conference Board events. Most recently Mimi presented to executives attending the Conference Board Organizational Design Conference in New York City. She also addressed The Conference Board Innovation Masterclass in Atlanta, where she presented to executives that lead R&D and Innovation for some the world’s largest companies.
Brooks is a former AT&T executive with a career-spanning focus on organizational design, technology-driven business transformation, and research on the changing behaviors of business users. She is a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences, and is an author on topics such as digital business strategy, omni-channel experience design, and the governance and sustainability of global, digital programs.
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Dr. Jain developed and launched both the under graduate and the MS in Business Analytics programs at MSU – one of the few ones in the tri-state area. She has extensive experience of teaching, advising, and training graduate and under graduate students and senior executives both in the U.S. and overseas at businesses, government agencies, and academic institutions. Some of these are Defense Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) Singapore, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) USA, US Department of Defence, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, IBM, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) etc.  Dr. Jain’s research and teaching interests are systems architecture and design, systems integration, business analytics, and technology management. She is visiting professor to the Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University, Japan since 2007.

Dr. Jain is a board member and VP of Academic Matters for Society for Information Management (SIM). She is VP of Education and Training and board member on the New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA). She has been recently appointed by the Governor of State of New Jersey to the first governing board of New Jersey Integrated Public Health Database (iPHD), the statutory body created in 2016 to oversee and manage the state’s health data. She is also a member of the Steering Committee, Technology for Business Roundtable for Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ). For more information please visit: 
https://business.montclair.edu/faculty-research/faculty-directory/jainra

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Susan is a founder of the national organization WEPAN, Women in Engineering Proactive Network, and under her leadership, Stevens and WEPAN were recognized by Presidents Clinton and Bush respectively, with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM).  Susan is a recipient of the Maria Mitchell Women in Science Award and is an Association for Women in Science Fellow.

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Prior to her work with the Council, Kim served as a middle-school teacher in the South Bronx as part of Teach for America (TFA) and received her Masters in Teaching from Pace University. Subsequent to teaching, Kim attended Rutgers School of Law-Newark and upon graduating was a litigation associate. 

IN 2018, Kim was named one of NJBIZ’s 50 Best Women in Business and was recognized for her work in STEM by the Association of Women in Science (New Jersey). Kim serves on the Long Hill School Board of Education and served on Governor-elect Murphy’s Education, Access, and Opportunity Transition Committee. She also serves as a Board member of CASA of NJ.  Kim is a graduate of Lead NJ and was a fellow in TFA’s Emerging Political Leaders Fellowship Program. Previously, Kim served as Chair of the Board of the Women’s Fund of New Jersey. Kim was appointed by Governor Christie to serve on the New Jersey Governor’s School Board of Overseers, serves on Kean University’s New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics and served on Newark Technology High School’s Advisory Board. This past fall, Kim began a fellowship with LEAD STEM, one of only twenty candidates from across the country selected for the intensive leadership development program.

Kim received her B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers College. While at Rutgers College, Kim served as the Student Representative to the Board of Governors and Undergraduate Student Representative to the Board of Trustees. 
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companies to attract, develop, and retain high-potential diverse talent. Previously, Lisa was a General Partner for
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As President of Seven Pearls, LLC , Ms. Gabel has successfully navigated local and international businesses through the maze of risk management, including these seven areas: Legal, Accounting, Regulatory Compliance, Insurance, Disaster Recovery, and Security (emphasis on Cyber).  She is an Associate at MGR Management & Government Resources, Inc. lending her government relations expertise on a number of critical issues impacting New Jersey and across the nation.

As a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, Ms. Gabel has facilitated numerous educational seminars on the risk of cyber threats. Her cybersecurity clients include numerous NJ Small Business Development Centers and some of the top colleges and universities in the state and she has partnered often with the NJ Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and top experts in the field.

For the past 10 years she has served on the board of the G.I. Go Fund, which assists veterans, active-duty personnel, their family members, veteran supporters, and all military community with finding employment, connecting their benefits, and accessing housing opportunities. 

Ms. Gabel graduated with a B.A.in Political Science from Kean University and has received numerous awards for her work as a Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor and for the New Jersey Juvenile Conference Committee. She is a Paralegal and licensed in Life and Health Insurance.

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