Dawn Hunter, executive director of the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce, was recently named the N.J. Chamber Alliance Partner of the Year and presented with the award by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. The state chamber announced awards to four legislators, three Murphy administration executives and two business leaders for their outstanding economic growth work.
The nine recipients were recognized at the New Jersey Chamber’s Legislative and Business Awards Reception recently at Manasquan River Golf Club in Brielle.
Hunter is a dedicated member of the New Jersey Chamber Alliance Coalition, a group of statewide chambers of commerce executives who regularly discuss policy initiatives and ways to make the state a better place to work and live. She often consults with the New Jersey Chamber’s government relations staff about legislative and regulatory issues and communicates business priorities to her chamber’s membership and to the state legislators representing District 1.
Hunter is a regular at New Jersey Chamber events, including the annual New Jersey Business Summit & Expo in Atlantic City.
“The honorees were selected because each has taken substantive action to improve New Jersey’s economic climate and each has been at the forefront in the fight for tax and regulatory reform and fiscally responsible infrastructure investment,” said Tom Bracken, president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. “New Jersey faces many challenges, and the business community is fortunate to have individuals such as these taking action to help make our state more affordable and more competitive.”