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Millburn Township Resident and Renowned Career Coach to Speak at Business Professionals Networking Group


SHORT HILLS, NJ –Millburn Township resident Lisa Chenofsky Singer will be speaking at the Business Building Network of Livingston and presenting a talk on "How To Give An Elevator Speech" to are business owners and professionals.

Chenofsky Singer is a certified executive coach and leadership advisor.  She's spent the last 21 years assisting business leaders, career changers and entrepreneurs; helping them grow a business and start new ones.  In addition to her academic qualifications; BA from Hofstra, MA from Kean and graduate studies at Columbia, she has worked in the field of human resources with companies such as Citigroup, American Express and Accenture. Chenofsky Singer teaches communications and organizational behavior courses as an adjunct professor at Rutgers University, Kean University and previously at Union County College and Montclair State University.

She has been cited in several publications for her expertise.  For three years Chenofsky Singer she had a syndicated business column on this news site,  TAP is hyperlocal news site covering local news in 55 New Jersey towns with over 4 million readers.

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"Lisa has been a columnist for TAP (formerly known as and she has not only written excellent columns but has always met deadlines and been diligent. Lisa's columns are thought-provoking and informative," said Michael Shapiro, Founder and CEO of

When Chenofsky Singer isn't working, you'll likely see her helping out her son Jonas, who coaches the Millburn Summer Swim Team, at a Cora Hartshorn Arboretum meeting where she is a board member or at a Township Environmental Committee meeting.  Chenofsky Singer was previously a representative for the Millburn Township Planning Board and currently the Treasurer for the Millburn Environmental Commission.

Chenofskky Singer will be speaking at the Ritz Diner, 72 E. Mount Pleasant Ave. in Livingston on Wed., Oct. 5 at 8:00 a.m.  For registration and reservation, please email

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