Monday, June 15, 2020
Upcoming Virtual Events
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Get the pulse on the South Jersey economy at this forum featuring industry experts. Our panel will report on current conditions and provide a six-month outlook in their respective business sectors relative to the Southern New Jersey marketplace.
Joseph M. Hayes, Esq.
Flaster Greenberg PC
Ryotaro Tashiro
Regional Economic Advisor, Research Department,  Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Shawn Ravitz
Vice President - Administration
Ravitz Family Markets , and Member,  CCSNJ Board of Directors
Cathleen D. Bennett
President & CEO
New Jersey Hospital Association
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Hear an update from Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick and Senate Republican Budget Officer Senator Steven Oroho on the steps the New Jersey Legislature has taken to address business challenges during the COVID19 outbreak, how this will affect the state budget and other issues of interest to the South Jersey business community.
Assembly Republican Leader Jon M. Bramnick
New Jersey’s Twenty-first Legislative District
Steven V. Oroho
Republican Budget Officer,  New Jersey’s Twenty-fourth Legislative District
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
In this webinar, you will learn tips and best practices on:
  • Prevention: personal protective equipment, sanitation, etc.
  • Guidance: limitations on customer access, client meetings, and gatherings 
  • Health Assessment: screening and temperature testing employees and customers/clients
  • Staggering shifts: employee schedules to limit exposure
Theresa Richardson, 
Partner and Chief Talent 
Officer, Withum
Adam D. Brown, Esq.
Associate,  Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young, LLP
Thursday, June 18, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Small Business Toolkit for Reopening
As NJ enters Phase 2 of reopening, many small business owners are making plans to restart and rethink their company’s operations under a new set of challenges. We know that you need guidance as you juggle your company’s unique situations, business and financial strategies, and PPP loan forgiveness, coupled with confusing employee issues. Join our small business legal experts for the latest updates on PPP loan forgiveness, including eligible uses of loan proceeds, required documentation, and other considerations when applying for loan forgiveness, as well as practical advice about keeping employees safe, making policy updates, and handling employee issues.
Mariel Giletto, Esq.
Shareholder and Chair, Corporate Law
Parker McCay, P.A.
Susan Hodges, Esq.
Counsel and Chair, Employment and Labor, Parker McCay, P.A.
Friday, June 19, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
The NFL Alumni is a non-profit organization created by former players to help support former players, children and our community at-large. The Philadelphia/South NJ Chapter has embarked on creating a host of campaigns that ALL members of the CCSNJ can take part in. Join us to find out how you can help our communities and become part of the NFL Alumni Family.
Lee Woodall
NFL Alumni Philadelphia Chapter President, 
Super Bowl Champion, 2X Pro Bowler, Minister, Community Leader & Business Coach
Michael Wakatama
Vice President of Sales,
Philadelphia & South NJ,
NFI Alumni
Monday, June 22, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Join us to hear from Stephen, F. Dougherty, Executive Director of the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA) as he provides an overview of the newly approved SJTA Capital Plan, which includes several significant infrastructure projects that will drive needed economic development in the region.
Stephen F. Dougherty
Executive Director
South Jersey Transportation Authority
Interested in sponsoring this event?
Contact Meredith Lorrilliere at
(856) 424-7776 ext. 118.
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
As the country begins to ease COVID-19 business restrictions, many workplaces are struggling with reopening and adjusting to the “new normal.” For businesses closed due to “shut down” orders, this process will involve recalling furloughed workers and learning from the steps taken by essential businesses that never closed. This webinar addresses the anticipated areas of greatest legal exposure for employers and the practical and legal steps that all employers should take to address the ongoing threat of COVID-19, including:
  • Best practices for recalling furloughed employees
  • Hiring, onboarding, and training in the era of COVID-19
  • Employer testing for COVID-19 and increased scrutiny of employee health
  • New discrimination claims involving immunity, and preference for employees who have recovered
  • Increased risk of discrimination claims from older or disabled applicants/employees
  • Ongoing complexities in managing absenteeism, paid leave and mental health concerns.
Matthew D. Clyde, Esq.
Cozen O’Connor
Daniel V. Johns, Esq.
Cozen O’Connor
Kelly T. Kindig, Esq.
Cozen O’Connor
Elizabeth A. Malloy, Esq.
Cozen O’Connor
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Hear an update from Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin on the steps the New Jersey Legislature has taken to address business challenges during the COVID19 outbreak, how this will affect the state budget and other issues of interest to the South Jersey business community.

Assembly Speaker
Craig J. Coughlin
New Jersey’s Nineteenth Legislative District
Monday, June 29, 2020
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Jumpstart your business with free tools from Facebook. Learn everything you need to know, from setting up a business page to communicating with your customers to managing and measuring your marketing.
Featuring Special Guest:
Senator Troy Singleton
New Jersey's Seventh Legislative District
Did you know that CCSNJ is still offering multiple opportunities each week for you to expand your network and reconnect with other members. 

At each virtual session you can:
  • Connect with up to 25 fellow members 
  • Give your elevator pitch to the entire group
  • *NEW* Participate in smaller breakout sessions to network in a more intimate forum
  • Receive timely membership updates from the CCSNJ team
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 18, 2020
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
New Member Spotlight
May Cabinets, Inc. became incorporated in 2005. Owner and CEO, Nick Morrone, has been in the business since 1973. May Cabinets strives to surpass our clients’ needs and expectations. Thanks to our committed team and clientele, who see a distinguishing quality in our work, May Cabinets continues to expand with an impressive client list consisting of educational facilities, hospitals, and office buildings along with government projects.

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Member News
You’re invited to join the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ their new Virtual Troop!
Starting June 17 - August 26, we're delivering the complete Girl Scout experience through our new Virtual Troop, specifically designed for new Girl Scout members!

We will have planned activities for your girl to follow! Your girl will earn badges, develop leadership skills, and become part of the Girl Scout Sisterhood. Read More>>
Patient First Offers Return-to-Work COVID-19 Testing
Patient First now provides simple, streamlined employee Return-To-Work COVID-19 testing at designated medical centers. Employees can be tested as required by their employer with the visit charged directly to the employer’s account.  

Testing is available by appointment 7 days a week at the following conveniently located Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey centers. Read More>>
Black-owned businesses you can support in South Jersey
Have you been watching what is happening across the nation and wondering how you can help? Maybe you joined a protest, wrote to legislators, bought a book on racism in America, said a prayer. It all helps, as does making a purchase from a black-owned business.
Here is a list of stores and restaurants to support now and in the future. It will be updated and owners are invited to email and to have their business included. Help us share the names of black-owned businesses in South Jersey. Read More>>
$2 Million Investment by Valley Bank to NJCC Relief Fund
New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is pleased to announce a $2 million investment from Valley Bank in support of the Garden State Relief Fund, a program providing working capital loans to small businesses and nonprofits negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Garden State Relief Fund launched in late March 2020 to meet the growing financial needs of small businesses and nonprofits economically impacted by the global outbreak. The low-interest investment by Valley ensures that NJCC can rapidly deploy flexible financial resources and provide immediate relief and stability for vulnerable businesses and organizations across New Jersey. Read More>>
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