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Ann Bevacqua, Accounting/Bookkeeping


Cheryl Fallick


Cheryl Fallick has 20 years of conference content and event production experience, as well as, over a decade of non-profit experience. She held positions with the Global Association of Risk Management Professionals (GARP) where she produced the associations’ annual Convention, along with other risk management conferences. From the mid-90’s to the mid-00’s while with another firm, she produced and was responsible for global financial conferences held throughout the U.S. and internationally in the UK, Germany, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, South Africa, Japan, Korea and Hong Kong.

Ms. Fallick is politically active in her local community of Hoboken, NJ serving as a Board Member on the Rent Leveling Board and is a member of the Hoboken Fair Housing Association (HFHA) where she served as Campaign Manager for that organization in connection with two successful election campaigns opposing a local ballot question intended to severely weaken rent protections in the City of Hoboken. Earlier in her career Ms. Fallick was a Business Representative at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) for theatrical/television production.

Ms. Fallick studied acting at the Circle in the Square NYU affiliate acting program. She holds a B.A. in Labor Studies and a Certificate in Labor Relations from Cornell ILR/National Labor College.


Mary Pat Gallagher


Ms. Gallagher joined NJA following 15 years as an award-winning reporter at the New Jersey Law Journal. There, she covered a broad range of law-related topics with a particular emphasis on government transparency and accountability and the workings of the state and federal court systems.
She was most recently recognized in 2015 by the New Jersey Press Association for a series of 2014 articles about the threat to judicial independence presented by the possibility that Gov. Chris Christie might not reappoint Chief Justice Stuart Rabner.
Before becoming a journalist, Ms. Gallagher was a litigator at New York’s Townley & Updike and Haight Gardner Poor & Havens, among other firms. Her practice encompassed employment law, government records, product liability, intellectual property, bankruptcy and admiralty.
In addition, she worked at Matthew Bender & Co., editing law books on a variety of topics including Copyright Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Administrative Law and Business Associations.
She served on the board of New Jersey Peace Action for almost 10 years.
A native New Yorker who moved to New Jersey in 1994, Ms. Gallagher is an honors graduate of Cornell University Law School and has an undergraduate degree in English from Princeton University.

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