Garcia to be Sworn in as First Latino President of New Jersey State Bar Foundation

By NJSBA Staff posted 06-07-2019 09:46

  
This week, the New Jersey State Bar Foundation will install a new slate of officers, including its first Latino president.

Norberto A. Garcia became the first Latino to lead the foundation in its history, marking a special chapter in the history that is cause for notice and celebration of our partner organizations with both being led by Latinos.

Garcia is a litigator with Blume Forte Fried Zerres & Molinari.

In addition to Garcia, the executive committee includes: First Vice President: Kathleen N. Fennelly; Second Vice President: Charles J. Stoia; Treasurer: Ralph J. Lamparello, a former NJSBA president; Secretary: John F. Gillick; and Immediate Past President: Susan A. Feeney, who is also a former NJSBA president. The trustees are: Maria C. Anderson; Lester Aron; Kelly Ann Bird; Tamara J. Britt; Domenick Carmagnola; Ehsan Chowdhry; Denise M. DePekary; William Ferreira; Robyn B. Gigl; Mikeisha A. Jones; John E. Keefe Jr., NJSBA Immediate Past President; Jeralyn L. Lawrence; Ronald G. Lieberman; Thomas J. Manzo; William H. Mergner Jr.; Timothy F. McGoughran; Brian J. Neary; Evelyn Padin, NJSBA President; Wendy Allyson Reek; Kenneth Sharperson; and Kimberly Yonta.

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