144 Park Place East
Chip Hallock Secretary
James Dlugosz Treasurer
Perry Frenzel brings nearly thirty years of experience in the real estate development industry from both the public and the private sectors. He has had the unique opportunity to be deeply involved in the development process from three perspectives: first as the Chief Engineer for the regional zoning and planning authority charged with guiding and overseeing the orderly development of New Jersey’s Hackensack Meadowlands, then as a civil engineering and planning consultant to many of the region’s property owners, and as the Senior Vice President of Engineering and Development for one of the State’s largest real estate developers.
Rich Fritzky, who served as President of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce for more than 20 years, presently serves as a consultant to the Chamber and to other businesses and organizations in the region. He continues to serve as a member of the New Jersey Sports & Expansion Authority’s Business Advisory Committee and as a member of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission’s Master Plan Review Advisory Committee.
He is a former member of both the New Jersey Planning Commission and the State Employment and Training Commission as well as the first Chair of the York Street Project in Jersey City and Co-Chair of the 1998 New Jersey Task Force on Adult Literacy.
Also a member of the adjunct faculty of Fairleigh Dickinson University, he and his wife, Maggie, reside in Byram Township. They are the proud parents of 12 children.
Chip Hallock is president and CEO of the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP), a business organization dedicated to serving its members by providing connection s, information, and advocacy that will enhance their opportunities, strengthen the region’s business infrastructure and revitalize the City of Newark.
Hallock joined NRBP in January 2000 after serving as president of the Bergen County-based Commerce and Industry Association of NJ for seven years. He assumed the presidency of that group following nine years in other staff positions including executive director of the Association’s educational affiliate, the Foundation for Fee Enterprise. A graduate of Moravian College, Hallock began his working career as a high school social studies teacher.
Hallock is the immediate past president of the New Jersey Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and serves on the boards of Meadowlink, University Heights Science Park, Greater Mercer Newark Business Development Consortium, Foundation for Free Enterprise, Nation’s Port and ACE mentor Program of NJ and the advisory board of the Cornwall for Metropolitan Studies at Rutgers University and New Jersey Small Business Development Center.
James Dlugosz brings 33 years of retail banking experience in commercial lending, business development, sales training and community involvement and development. As a regional executive for Sovereign Bank, he works in concert with 13 branch managers throughout the Hudson/Bergen County area providing financial services products for both personal, as well as business. In the process of managing 13 branch offices and approximately 150 employees, his duties also revolve around increasing market share within the Sovereign Bank footprints through community involvement.
He is a graduate of Jersey City State Teachers College with a bachelor’s degree in both Economics and Psychology. He is qualified, approved and licensed by the State of NJ in Investment and Insurance. He has completed study in both the International Banking Technology and the American Institute of Banking.
Mr. Marilyn Lennon
Ms. Patricia Ott
Mr. Richard Roberts
Mr. Cruz C. Russell
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