• Podcast: Dr. Joel Cantor


    Guiding New Start New Jersey through the complexity and uncertainty of the Affordable Care Act’s future is Dr. Joel Cantor, Director of the Center for State Health Policy at Rutgers University.


  • Podcast: Bonnie Watson Coleman


    New Start New Jersey has highlighted the concerns of the long-term unemployed, as the state houses one of the highest percentages of this population in the nation. Progress has occurred in returning individuals to the workforce, thanks to organizations like the New Start Career Network and to outstanding leaders, with none better than Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman.


  • Podcast: Johanna Calle


    Joining New Start New Jersey for a discussion of immigration in New Jersey is Johanna Calle, Program Coordinator for the New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice.


  • Podcast: Dr. Thomas Espenshade and Dr. Susan Walker


    Joining New Start New Jersey for this discussion of ReachUp and Learn is Dr. Thomas Espenshade, Senior Scholar, Lecturer and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University, and Dr. Susan Walker, Professor of Nutrition and Director of the Tropical Medicine Research Institute at the University of the West Indies.


  • Podcast: Tim Castano with Demelza Baer, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice


    Joining New Start New Jersey for a discussion of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice's ongoing efforts to move our state forward is Demelza Baer, Policy Counsel for the Institute.


  • Podcast: Tim Castano with Jameson Doig


    Joining New Start New Jersey for a discussion about the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is the foremost expert on the Port Authority, Jameson Doig, Visiting Research Professor at Dartmouth College and Professor Emeritus of Politics and Public Affairs at Princeton University.


  • Podcast: Tim Castano with Angela Hanks of the Center for American Progress


    A workforce-development practice prominently and effectively deployed in international settings, apprenticeship has generated heightened interest in the United States as of late. Joining New Start New Jersey for a detailed consideration of apprenticeship is Angela Hanks, the Associate Director of Workforce Development Policy at the Center for American Progress.

  • Podcast: Tammy Murphy with John Franklin & Kiran Gaudioso of the United Way of Northern New Jersey


    In 2012, the United Way of Northern New Jersey released its first statewide ALICE report, which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. Joining NSNJ’s Chair and Co-Founder Tammy Murphy for a discussion of ALICE are John Franklin, the CEO of the United Way of Northern New Jersey and Kiran Gaudioso, the Senior Vice President.

  • Podcast: Bret Morgan, Co-founder of Cowerks


    Coworking represents a burgeoning model in an evolving economy. Joining New Start New Jersey is the co-founder of Cowerks in Asbury Park, Bret Morgan, an entrepreneur and technology evangelist.

  • Podcast: David Madland, Center for American Progress


    In his recently published book Hollowed Out: Why the Economy Doesn’t Work Without a Strong Middle Class, David Madland outlines how a severely weakened middle class and extreme inequality have eroded trust, compromised governance, stunted demand and stifled human capital development, all to the detriment of the economy and society.


New Start New Jersey believes our state can do better — better for our families, better for our middle class. Committed not only to exploring, but also to enacting the most effective public policy initiatives to grow the economy and improve our quality of life, New Start New Jersey will work to generate momentum toward fulfilling our considerable promise, ensuring a more prosperous future for our state and all of our citizens.



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