Jeffrey Stoller is a communications, workforce development and government affairs specialist with a 40-year background in the private and public sectors. His career in Trenton and New Jersey included work as Vice President for Human Resource Issues at the NJ Business & Industry Association; Communications Director for the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University; and Assistant Commissioner for Research & Information at the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Most recently, Jeff served as a communications consultant for CCICADA / DIMACS — Rutgers’ research center for advanced mathematics and national security solutions. He represented NJBIA on Isles’ Resource Development Committee during its early years, and first served on its Board of Trustees (2001-2007). He rejoined the Isles Board in 2021. Jeff also served as a volunteer member on New Jersey Future’s original Steering Committee; a Board Director for the Public Relations Society of America’s NJ Chapter; and a Board member of New Jersey-based Storytelling Arts, Inc. He is a graduate of Hamilton College, and received an MBA and a master’s degree in city & regional planning from Cornell University.