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The New Jersey Alliance for Action has expanded its team with the hiring of Ashley Rogers as Public Information Manager, President Jerry Keenan announced today.

Rogers will be responsible for developing and distributing content across a variety of platforms as the Alliance looks to grow audiences on its digital platforms and at its in-person events, Kennan said.

“These are exciting times for the Alliance for Action and the thousands of business, government and labor leaders we represent,” Kennan said. “Ashley’s work is going to highlight the amazing economic and environmental transformation in New Jersey and the Alliance for Action’s efforts to build a better New Jersey.”

Rogers, a 2022 graduate of Alvernia University, most recently managed multiple social media platforms and created content for a large, regional automobile dealership.

“I’m looking forward to spreading the Alliance for Action’s message and to helping our members grow,” Rogers said. “I love to tell stories and connect people, and that’s what this job is all about. And, yes, I’m working for the Alliance, but I also get to celebrate the people and businesses across our state.”

The New Jersey Alliance for Action is celebrating its 50th year of service to the Garden State in 2023. It remains a non-partisan, non-profit association that represents the interests of business, labor, government, utility, education and other professional leaders across New Jersey. The Alliance is committed to improving the state’s economy through the promotion of environmentally friendly capital construction and infrastructure investment.