New Jersey Future Welcomes Three New Board Members
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New Jersey Future announces the election of three new members to its Board of Trustees.
Vice President, Capital Impact Group (CIG)
Loredana Cromarty is responsible for overseeing and servicing CIG’s government relations and public affairs clients. Prior to joining CIG, she served as executive director of the Christine Todd Whitman Excellence in Public Service Series, a governmental and political leadership training program for New Jersey Republican women. From 1994 to 2002, Ms. Cromarty served as chief of staff and legislative director for then-state Sen. and Minority Budget Officer Leonard Lance. She has served on the faculty at Rutgers University Eagleton Institute’s NEW Leadership program and at Rutgers University Center for American Women and Politics’ “Ready to Run” Campaign Training for Women. She also serves on the board of Homefront, a non-profit agency providing a comprehensive network of services for the poor and homeless in Mercer County and recently served as vice chair of the board of Summit Speech School, which provides children who are deaf or hard of hearing with educational and therapeutic support services. She is a resident of Lambertville.
Andrew R. Davis
Vice President and General Counsel, Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor (PS&S)
As Vice President & General Counsel with Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, LLC (PS&S), a building design, engineering and environmental consulting firm based in Warren, N.J., Andrew Davis is responsible for managing the firm’s legal affairs. He is also deeply interested in land use and environmental law and policy. Mr. Davis is a past chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Land Use Law Section, and is an adjunct professor at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, where he developed and teaches courses in land use planning and environmental law. He formerly served as director of land use management and legal affairs for the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission; as an assistant counsel to the governor of New Jersey, responsible for monitoring, analyzing and reporting on various operations of independent state authorities; as a deputy attorney general representing the state Department of Environmental Protection; and as a deputy assistant commissioner at the state Department of Transportation. He is a resident of West Windsor.
Stephen A. Santola
Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Woodmont Properties
Steve manages Woodmont Properties’ legal affairs and entitlements. He plays a significant role in managing the development division, guiding new business opportunities and formalizing corporate strategy. He also serves on the company’s executive board where he helps direct long term corporate strategy and manages community outreach. Prior to joining Woodmont, Mr. Santola was a partner with the law firm of Lindabury, McCormick & Estabrook, specializing in real estate, land use, zoning and commercial litigation. He has served as both a member on, and attorney for, municipal land use boards, and has represented parties in various application appeals and related litigation. A graduate of Colgate University, he received a juris doctor degree cum laude from Seton Hall University. Mr. Santola is a member of the Essex County, New Jersey and American bar associations, and is also admitted to practice in New York. He is a resident of Livingston, where he has served on the town council for the past eleven years and was mayor in 2003 and 2007.
New Jersey Future is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and advocacy organization that promotes land-use policies that help revitalize cities and towns, protect natural lands and farms, provide more transportation choices beyond cars, expand access to safe and affordable neighborhoods and fuel a prosperous economy.