MADISON, NJ - In May, the Chief Executive Council for Madison (CECM) launched its “Emerging Leaders Executive Lunch Series” at Madison High School, with Quest Diagnostics Chief Human Resources Officer and SVPJeff Shuman and Realogy Chief Administrative Officer and EVP Dave Weaving sharing with students insights on industry career. The session was hosted by MHS Principal Greg Robertson and MHS Business Curriculum Supervisor Tim Maseker and moderated by Junior Achievement’s Christy Tighe. The CECM -- a collaborative of Madison senior business leaders and government, nonprofit and education leaders that was founded last Fall by Quest Diagnostics CEO Steve Rusckowski, Madison Mayor Bob Conley, and Drew University President Dr. Vivian Bull -- meets formally twice each year and works throughout the year to realize its commitments to Stakeholder Collaboration, Corporate Impact and Education Leadership.
Executives, Faculty and Madison High School students pictured are:
Front Row left to right: Quest Diagnostics Chief Human Resources Officer Jeff Shuman, Lainie Rowland, Stephanie Guerreiro, Eric Ernst, Thomas Meehan, Alison Jago, Isabel Kennedy, Lauren Ruffo, Vito Luppino, Realogy Chief Administrative Officer Dave Weaving, Junior Acheivement’s Christy Tighe, and MHS Business Curriculum Supervisor Tim Maseker.
Second Row left to right: Nicole Zara, Jarred Parrett, Eric Lehmann, Eric Armstrong, Andrew Kaye, Matthew DiRuggeiro, David Luttinger, Tino Martirano, Grant Perry, Devlin Bryne, Alec Waksman
Third Row left to right: Robert Marquardt, Deepankar Roy, Nicholas Lucas, Gavin Wallace
Contact: Jim Burnet, Borough of Madison, email@example.com