Voorhees, NJ – Lisa Morina, Vice President of Marketing and External Affairs with Kennedy Health, has been appointed Chair of the Board of Directors of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce.
Ms. Morina, who had formerly served as the Chamber’s Vice Chair, will serve a two-year term for the organization, which currently has 785 members. As the board’s chief elected officer, she will preside over all board and executive board meetings, as well as serving as the ex officio member of all Chamber committees. The Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to create a positive economic and civic climate in the greater Gloucester County area, making it possible for its members and the community to grow and prosper.
“We are thrilled to have Lisa as our first Board Chairwoman,” said Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Les Vail. “As a long standing board member, her contributions to our organization have been invaluable. We look forward to continued growth under Lisa’s leadership.”
Ms. Morina joined Kennedy in 2013 as Vice President of Government & External Affairs, and in 2015 was appointed Vice President of Marketing and External Affairs. Her multi-faceted role at Kennedy includes overseeing strategic marketing for the multi-hospital healthcare system, as well as building and strengthening Kennedy’s relationships with a wide variety of external leaders – legislative, business, community and advocacy organizations -- whose support is vital to its mission.
A lifelong South Jersey resident, Ms. Morina had served for nearly a decade as Director of Economic & Business Development for Gloucester County, NJ, prior to joining Kennedy Health. In that role, she was responsible for creation, business growth, workforce investment, public/private partnership development, and many other initiatives focused on the growth of the South Jersey and Gloucester County region.
An active leader in the community, Ms. Morina currently serves as Chairperson of the South Jersey Tech Park at Rowan University, as a Trustee on the Southern New Jersey Development Council, and as a board member of Robin’s Nest and the Greenwich Township Board of Education.