Greater Trenton’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Bryan Evans, was chosen to participate in Lead New Jersey’s (LNJ) 2020 fellowship program, which brings together a highly select group of leaders to learn about the cutting edge issues facing New Jersey, link directly with talented leaders working throughout the state, and lead as a champion of their own most cherished ideas and values.
At the 2019 Celebration of Leaders, held on Thursday December 5, 2019 at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal, Princeton Area Community Foundation President & CEO Jeffrey M. Vega rendered a heartfelt keynote address about his challenging pathway to success and the importance of proactively recognizing leadership.
LNJ Chair Michael Van Wagner, along with LNJ President Mark Murphy and others, officiated a congratulatory ceremony for the 2019 class and introduced the class of 2020.
LNJ develops well-informed leaders, known as Fellows, who are prepared to cross boundaries across sectors, work effectively with people of all backgrounds, and find common ground with those who may think differently about issues. LNJ’s network of more than 1600 Fellows is the state of New Jersey’s most valuable resource for professional connections and community service.
In addition to joining LNJ’s class of 2020, Evans was also recently elected to serve on Trenton Downtown Association’s (TDA) Board of Trustees. TDA Executive Director Tom Gilmour will also be a part of LNJ’s 2020 class joining many other leaders throughout the state.