Biographies, other nonfiction
Runs the gamut from Gladys Knight to Lucinda Williams
Hiking, swimming, reading, traveling, playing with her dogs
“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” — Eleanor Roosevelt
The boundless skills and energy she tapped to create an award-winning model for the first statewide collaboration of Boys & Girls Clubs in the country, Connie now puts behind Taft’s clients in the nonprofit and private sectors. She manages multiple accounts and oversees the firm’s human resources and account operations. Her track record forging relationships with celebrities, athletes, political leaders, and corporate executives bring out Connie instinctive public relations skills. Her 25 years in the social sector culminated with Connie serving as CEO of The Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey. She continues to be passionate about various causes. Connie serves on the board of the Center for Non-profits in New Jersey and is marketing chair for the Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, and a Lead New Jersey fellow. Born into an Air Force family, Connie counts Paris, Tokyo and Selma, Alabama among her childhood homes. The constant moving helped to hone Connie’s ability to move in all our client circles with ease. She has a bachelor’s degree in recreation administration from Kean University and certificates in nonprofit management from Columbia University and Seton Hall University.
Learn more about the purpose-driven journey that led Connie to Taft: A life of purpose; how lucky am I?