As Program Coordinator for the New Jersey Urban Mayors Association at the John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy of Thomas Edison State University. Shoshanna Page coordinates the multi-sectorial partnerships that make up the New Jersey’s urban communities. She coordinates all meetings, conferences, and all activities for the NJUMA. This also includes providing technical assistance, analyzing issues, and recommendations for policy and strategies to improve the quality of life of our urban centers. She coordinates all of the activities of the NJUMA.
Prior to this, Ms. Page was a program coordinator for the Women’s Fund of New Jersey where she leveraged partnerships among grass-roots, political and private-sector organizations in order to impact the broader social, policy and institutional landscape by increasing the number of women leaders who are actively involved in shaping public policy. She provided assistance through engaging nonprofit leaders through intensive training in New Jersey's public policy process and on topics that are integral to the public policy process such as conducting research, developing effective messages, mobilizing constituents and understanding the budget process.
Shoshanna received a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Delaware State University and continues to expand her knowledge, especially with regards to economic development work. She is a current member of the International Economic Development Council.
For more information about the New Jersey Urban Mayors Association and how you can assist with its important mission, please contact:
Ms. Shoshanna Page
The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy of Thomas Edison State University
111 West State Street (mailing address)
315 West State Street (office location)
Trenton, NJ 08608
(609) 777-4351, ext. 4265
Fax: (609) 777-3207