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New Jersey Resources


02/05/2018 - For Immediate Release

WALL, N.J. – New Jersey Resources (NYSE: NJR) today announced Amy Cradic has joined the company as vice president of Government Affairs and Policy effective immediately. In this role, she is responsible for leading NJR’s government relations operations and customer and community relations, as well as integrating social, economic, environmental and regulatory policy within the company’s strategic goals and business objectives.

“Amy Cradic is well respected for her knowledge, insights and integrity, and we are pleased to have her join our team,” said Laurence M. Downes, chairman and CEO of New Jersey Resources. “Under her leadership, I am confident we will continue to work effectively and productively with our elected leaders to meet our customers’ expectations for safe, reliable service and advance sound policy that strengthens our state and our company.”

Before joining NJR, Ms. Cradic served as chief of staff in the Christie administration. In that role, she was the chief operating officer for the State of New Jersey and responsible for managing the governor’s agenda, providing strategic direction for key priorities, including budgetary matters, policy and planning, communications and legislative and constituent relations, as well as working with the state legislature and members of Congress on government affairs. Prior to being named chief of staff, she served in the governor’s office as deputy chief of staff and senior policy advisor.

A veteran of state government for nearly 25 years, Ms. Cradic has worked in both Republican and Democratic administrations. Before her time in the governor’s office, she served as an assistant commissioner in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), an adjunct professor at The College of New Jersey and worked in the communications departments at the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education and the NJDEP.

Ms. Cradic received her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from The College of New Jersey and a Master of Arts degree in mass communication from New York University. Formerly, she served as a delegate for the Center for U.S. Global Leadership, a gubernatorial appointee to the Mid-Atlantic Ocean Regional Planning Body and the Drumthwacket Foundation and as a member of the Natural Areas Council, Garden State Preservation Trust and Aquaculture Advisory Council.

About New Jersey Resources

New Jersey Resources (NYSE: NJR) is a Fortune 1000 company that, through its subsidiaries, provides safe and reliable natural gas and clean energy services, including transportation, distribution, asset management and home services. NJR is composed of five primary businesses:

  • New Jersey Natural Gas, NJR’s principal subsidiary, operates and maintains over 7,400 miles of natural gas transportation and distribution infrastructure to serve over half a million customers in New Jersey’s Monmouth, Ocean and parts of Morris, Middlesex and Burlington counties.
  • NJR Clean Energy Ventures invests in, owns and operates solar and onshore wind projects with a total capacity of more than 315 megawatts, providing residential and commercial customers with low-carbon solutions.
  • NJR Energy Services manages a diversified portfolio of natural gas transportation and storage assets and provides physical natural gas services and customized energy solutions to its customers across North America.
  • NJR Midstream serves customers from local distributors and producers to electric generators and wholesale marketers through its 50 percent equity ownership in the Steckman Ridge natural gas storage facility and its stake in Dominion Midstream Partners, L.P., as well as its 20 percent equity interest in the PennEast Pipeline Project.
  • NJR Home Services provides service contracts as well as heating, central air conditioning, water heaters, standby generators, solar and other indoor and outdoor comfort products to residential homes throughout New Jersey.
    NJR and its more than 1,000 employees are committed to helping customers save energy and money by promoting conservation and encouraging efficiency through Conserve to Preserve® and initiatives such as The SAVEGREEN Project® and The Sunlight Advantage®.
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Dennis Puma, Investor

Michael Kinney, Media

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