The Meadowlands Regional Chamber Announces 2017 Leadership Awards

The Meadowlands Regional Chamber (MRC) will honor several area business leaders for their commitment and dedication to our business community on Thursday, March 23 at the 2017 Annual Leadership Awards Breakfast.

Every year the MRC recognizes individuals who have been especially active and integral in advancing the Chamber’s mission of stimulating economic development and improving the greater community.  The award is named after the late Arline Simpson Seidman, a former chairwoman of the Chamber whose leadership spanned a 25 year period.  Below are this year’s recipients of the 2017 Arline Simpson Leadership Award:

Christopher Burbach, Spencer Savings Bank

Andy Jones, Boiling Springs Savings Bank

Rober Menaker, Maxum Cigars

Matthes Metz, Sheraton Lincoln Harbor

Sandie Pardey, NJM Insurance Group

Kelly Schnorrbusch, Red Roof PLUS+ Secaucus/Meadowlands


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The keynote speaker will be television and news personality Steve Adubato, who is an Emmy-Award winning anchor for PBS, columnist, lecturer and author of ‘Lessons In Leadership’, a guide book on becoming a more effective leader at home and work. This leadership segment from Adubato also appears as a column in Meadowlands USA.

“I am honored to lead a business service organization where so many are willing to dedicate precious time to helping other members and advancing our mission,” states MRC President & CEO Jim Kirkos. “By recognizing these individuals with this award, we show our appreciation and gratitude to those who step up and lead our many initiatives. The Chamber is successful because of these dedicated business associates. “

The event will be on Thursday, April 25 from 8:30 – 11 a.m. at The Graycliff in Moonachie.

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