NJMEP CEO Peter Connolly added to board of 2 impactful organizations

The New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, based in Cedar Knolls, recently broadened its reach, with CEO Peter Connolly having been added to the board of two impactful organizations across the New Jersey business community.

Connolly was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Foundation for Manufacturing Excellence, an entity that serves as the educational foundation for NIST MEP Centers. He has also joined the board of directors of Junior Achievement, an organization focused on educating young people in work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.

“As I step into this role on the board for FORME,” Connolly said. “I am committed to leveraging NJMEP’s legacy of excellence to drive positive change and progress. Together, we can continue to amplify NJMEP’s influence, ensuring that the voice of manufacturers is heard loud and clear in shaping the future of manufacturing on a national scale.

“The honor of being part of the Junior Achievement allows NJMEP and I to play a larger role in the betterment and development of our local communities here in New Jersey. Workforce development is a huge part of what we do at NJMEP. We are thrilled to offer our support and resources to this incredible organization.”