LNJ 2008 Audio Podcast #1: Forum on the Future of New Jersey – Welcome, Keynote, and Monmouth University/Gannett Poll

 
Leadership NJ’s Forum on the Future of New Jersey 2008 was held Wednesday, October 15, 2008. More than 50 speakers throughout the state challenged the audience to think in new ways about how to improve the quality of life in New Jersey. 
 
In audio podcast #1, Forum Chair Michael Willmann, CEO of WMSH Marketing Communications, introduces the Forum. We also hear from former Rep. Bob Franks, President of the Healthcare Institute of New Jersey, and a presentation of the results of the Monmouth University/Gannett Statewide poll of residents about New Jersey’s public sector. Special thanks to NJ Network for the video capture of this program.
 
Download the podcast here. (142 mb stereo MP3 file, [01:43:35] duration).
 
(Photos Copyright ©2008 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved.)
 
Leadership New Jersey holds Forum on the Future of New Jersey, Public Policy Seminar and Town Hall meeting
Michael Willman, CEO of WMSH Marketing Communications, right, welcomes the studio audience and recognizes Leadership NJ Forum organizers (from left): Katherine Kish, CEO of Market Entry; Andrew Sinclair, lobbyist with Princeton Public Affairs Group; Dianne Brake, President of PlanSmart New Jersey. Kish, Brake and Willmann are Forum co-chairs.
 
Leadership New Jersey holds Forum on the Future of New Jersey, Public Policy Seminar and Town Hall meeting
The morning keynote speaker was former Rep. Bob Franks, President of Healthcare Institute of NJ.
 
 
 
Leadership New Jersey holds Forum on the Future of New Jersey, Public Policy Seminar and Town Hall meeting
Patrick Murray, director of the Polling Institute at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ.
 
In audio podcast #1, Forum Chair Michael Willmann, CEO of WMSH Marketing Communications, introduces the Forum. We also hear from former Rep. Bob Franks, President of the Healthcare Institute of New Jersey, and a presentation of the results of the Monmouth University/Gannett Statewide poll of residents about New Jersey’s public sector. Special thanks to NJ Network for the video capture of this program.
 


Produced in the studios of Professional Podcasts LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ

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