PARSIPPANY — Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce was the featured speaker at Morris County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Morris State Government Day at the Statehouse this week. DeCroce discussed the Legislature’s role in key issues facing New Jersey in the first year of Governor Phil Murphy’s administration.
Leadership Morris was founded in 1991 to teach business and not-for-profit professionals about the opportunities, challenges, institutions and the people of Morris County.
“It was a pleasure spending the afternoon with an outstanding group of leaders who are investing their hearts and souls to make Morris County and New Jersey a better place to live and work,” said DeCroce. “Their questions, comments and suggestions demonstrate this is truly a Morris County all-star team.”
Leadership Morris, directed by Dr. Joseph Nazzaro, includes seminars on high-priority topics such as: economic development, criminal justice, education, human services, environment, media relations, county and state government, and healthcare.