N.J. Community Capital president steps down

Wayne Meyer of New Jersey Community Capital.

The president of New Jersey Community Capital is stepping down, effective Wednesday, the organization announced this week.

Meyer has been with New Brunswick-based organization since joining the board in 2008, it said in a news release. He has held his current role for 12 years.

“Those who know Wayne know that his leadership ability is unmatched,” Alle Ries, chair of the NJCC board, said in a prepared statement. “His vision, tenacity and deep understanding of community development has been an essential part of NJCC’s growth. It has been a distinct privilege working alongside him, and we look forward to his next chapter.”

Chief Financial Officer Jacki Robinson will serve as interim president while the board conducts a search for a new leader.