Posted on 10/11/2018
On November 30, the Urban Mayors Association hosted the New Jersey Urban Redevelopment Awards at The Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick.
On Monday November 6th, Adenah Bayoh cut the ribbon on her new restaurant concept Cornbread in Maplewood, NJ. Cornbread is a fast casual, farm-to-table soul food restaurant through which Adenah is looking to disrupt the conventional approach to dining and soul food.
On November 2nd, philanthropist, Emmy-award winning composer, and musician, Peter Buffett hosted a private concert and conversation to benefit Rising Tide Capital, a non-profit dedicated to transforming disadvantaged communities and lives through entrepreneurship.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, Executive Women of New Jersey (EWNJ) exclusively released its 3rd much-anticipated report on the number of women serving on boards and in the top leadership of publicly traded companies in New Jersey at their biennial A Seat at the Table Corporate Gender Diversity Awards Breakfast.
Watch EWNJ President Elect Barbara E. Kauffman discuss the organization’s work on advancing women’s leadership and this year’s biennial report on gender diversity on boards and in senior corporate governance.
On Tuesday, August 1, 2017, Plainfield Mayor Adrian O. Mapp cut the ribbon on the city’s first skate park.
Adenah Bayoh has purchased, renovated, and reopened the Newark IHOP, saving dozens of jobs and with plans to hire 40 new workers.
On 12 June 2017, New Jersey nonprofit Rising Tide Capital kicked off its 6th annual Start Something Challenge, a business pitch competition that will offer entrepreneurs and startups the opportunity to win up to $10,000.
UPCOMING CLIENT EVENTS
EXECUTIVE WOMEN OF NEW JERSEY (EWNJ)
PRIVATE FILM SCREENING "AN ACCEPTABLE LOSS"
January 30, 2019