Ocean County has created a new community outreach committee in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. However, until now the committee has been reluctant to publicly announce the names of its officers. The committee recently announced the names of four experienced nonprofit executives who are the top officers of the new committee that will coordinate outreach to local victims of superstorm Sandy.
The officers of the Ocean County Long-Term Recovery Committee are: Ted Gooding, president and CEO of OCEAN Inc., chair; Eileen Coyne, director of Caregivers of New Jersey, vice chair; Linda Gyimoty, executive director of the United Way of Ocean County, treasurer, and Laura Pople, executive director of Seer Farms, an animal sanctuary in Jackson, secretary. The United Way is serving as the committee’s fiscal agent. (via Shannon Mullen/APP.com) Read More