Jones will serve as liaison to the Foundation Board and lead its members in establishing initiatives that encourage more meaningful relationships with JHNJ and the business community.
“I am excited to chair the Jefferson Health Foundation New Jersey Business Leadership Council. We have a distinguished group of community leaders, and the opportunity to promote the outstanding work of the Jefferson Health Foundation is a privilege,” Jones said.
A resident of Woodbury, Jones is a graduate of Rowan University and the American Bankers Association (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware.
Recognized by the Alumni Hall of Fame from Rowan University, Jones was selected as Citizen of the Year by the Gloucester County Chamber.
“As the Foundation’s work continues to evolve, it is vital that we remain connected to our South Jersey business leaders and work together to improve the lives of our shared community,” said Larry Slagle, associate vice president of development, Jefferson Health Foundation – New Jersey.
“The Business Leadership Council creates an opportunity to form deeper relationships and engagement with our local businesses, and we are excited to begin this journey under Brian’s leadership.”