EAC’s Jeanne Herb is appointed to Governor-elect Phil Murphy’s energy and environment transition team. EAC Associate Director, Jeanne Herb, was appointed to serve on Governor-Elect Phil Murphy’s transition team on Energy and the Environment. (see: http://transition2018.nj.gov/). The Governor-Elect has given considerable credit to the work of his transition teams as indicated in a recent press announcement about Transition 2018, “New Jersey needs an administration ready to hit the ground running in January, and through the work of the transition committees my administration will not take office blind to the challenges and opportunities before us. I am grateful to everyone who accepted the call to serve our transition. From analyzing and prescribing policy to taking a fresh look at the basic organization of government, these committees have a lot of work to do. I am confident they will put my administration in a position to begin delivering results for the people of New Jersey from day one.” Jeanne has more than 25 years’ experience in the public, non-profit and academic sectors advancing sound environmental policies. She current leads projects that seek to integrate science-informed strategies into efforts involving environmental sustainability, climate change, resilience and health in all policies. Congratulations to Jeanne!
Many Bloustein faculty, staff and alumni have also been appointed to various positions on Governor-Elect Phil Murphy’s Transition 2018 and will have an impact on the future of NJ. Click here for more information on who was appointed. Congratulations to all!