Congressman Andy Kim to Speak at the September 30 Ocean ELC Meeting
Congressman Andy Kim., who was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018 and represents the Third Congressional District of New Jersey, is the featured speaker at Ocean County ELC (Employer Legislative Committee) on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. Virtual Morning Coffee with Congressman Andy Kim is a free event from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m., open only to Ocean County business leaders, business owners, and employees. Registration is required.
Congressman Kim will discuss federal efforts to help New Jersey businesses recover from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and ways Congress can help businesses grow and thrive.
For registration and login information, contact Jody Herkloz, Chairwoman of the Ocean ELC, at Jody@northstarstrategiesllc.com.
The Ocean County ELC is sponsored by Holman Frenia Allison, PC; New Jersey Natural Gas, and NorthStar Strategies in partnership with the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce.
About Congressman Andy Kim: Congressman Andy Kim was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018. He represents the Third Congressional District of New Jersey, which stretches from the Delaware River to the Atlantic Ocean encompassing most of Burlington County and parts of Ocean County.
Congressman Kim grew up in South Jersey, the proud son of Korean immigrants. His father and mother raised Andy and his sister in South Jersey because of the top notch public school system and safe communities. Andy attended public K-12 schools and credits the quality of his education with helping him become a Rhodes Scholar and leading national security expert.
Andy is a dedicated public servant, who believes service is a way of life. He worked as a career public servant under both Democrats and Republicans; and served at the Pentagon, State Department, the White House National Security Council, and in Afghanistan as an advisor to Generals Petraeus and Allen.
He currently lives in Burlington County with his wife and two baby boys.
About ELC: Employer Legislative Committees: The ELCs, established by NJBIA in 1959, are independent, local organizations representing all 21 counties. At each meeting, legislators, cabinet members or local officials will discuss important issues pertinent to business. Attendees also receive a briefing from one of NJBIA’s government affairs experts on legislative and regulatory issues affecting employers. About NJBIA: The New Jersey Business & Industry Association, Trenton, N.J., provides information, services and advocacy to its member companies in order to build a more prosperous New Jersey. NJBIA is the nation’s largest statewide employer association. Its members, as a group, employ more than one million people and represents every industry in the state, including contractors, manufacturers, retail and wholesale businesses, and service providers of every kind. Visit www.njbia.org for more information.