201 S. Shore Rd.
Northfield, NJ 08225
FAX: (609) 645-5922
Term expires 2017
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Facilities Committee Parks Committee
Budget and Finance Committee County Code Review Committee Education and Schools Committee Public Health and Environment Committee Roads and Bridges Committee Tourism/Economic Development Committee
Atlantic County Institute of Technology Board and Special Services School District Board of School Estimates Commission on Women New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) First Alternate Parks and Environment Advisory Board Public Health Emergency Preparedness Task Force Tourism/Economic Development Committee
Alex has been an Atlantic County resident for nearly 40 years. He resides in Linwood with his wife Bonnie (nee Todd), and three children. He earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science from Stockton State College, a master's degree in Education Administration from the University of Denver, and a certificate of advanced graduate study in Higher Educational Leadership from Widener University. He was elected to the Board of Chosen Freeholders in 2011. Presently, he is the Assistant to the Provost for Atlantic City at Stockton College, and is charged with the overall administrative and operational leadership of Stockton’s assets in Atlantic City. In addition, he is involved with the creation of a Municipal Planning Board in Atlantic City and Pleasantville to reduce youth violence. His community involvement includes Chair of the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey in Atlantic County, Chair of the Scholarship Committee for the Metropolitan Business & Citizens Association (MBCA), and as a member of the Advisory Committee for the South Jersey Cultural Alliance. He is active with the ch with the Mainland Youth Lacrosse Program. Alex has received the Spirit of Leadership Award from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), and the George F. Lynn Volunteer of the Year Award from the United Way. Alex served on Linwood City Council from 2006 to 2011. During his tenure he led the City through a strategic planning process providing the vision for zero based budgeting and shared services with other communities, ultimately reducing the City’s operating expenses, and limiting the size of government.