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Wharton Club Announces New Directors

The Wharton Club of New Jersey is pleased to announce the election of three new directors for three-year terms each beginning July 1, 2012.  They are:
·      Diane Goldman of Livingston, advisor at New Agency Partners, LLC in Parsippany
·      Susan Goldsmith, Esq. of Basking Ridge, partner at SorinRand LLP in East Brunswick
·      Judith Sheft of Westfield, associate vice president of technology development at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark
Current board members Sharon Kornstein of Livingston, owner of ImageDesign, LLC, and Bob Stein of West Orange, partner at Stein, deVisser and Mintz PC, were re-elected to new three-year terms.
The club’s board of directors thanks founding club members Ray Cohen of Paramus, owner of Raymond Cohen CPA, and Jonathan Perelman of Chatham, partner at Friedman LLP, for their long service to the board as they step down.  Perelman is also a past president of the club.
The Wharton Club of New Jersey is a trusted business community that serves more than 7,000 alumni of the University of Pennsylvania and its Wharton School of Business who live or work in New Jersey and the surrounding metropolitan area.  Through a wide variety of programs, the Club helps members prosper both personally and professionally by providing intellectual and entrepreneurial development and networking.


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