Four members of the Commission for Women sworn in for new terms
(Deptford, NJ) On Tuesday, Jan. 21 Freeholder Jim Jefferson attended the swearing in ceremony of four members of the Gloucester County Commission for Women (CFW) who were confirmed for new terms.
Marguerite Stubbs, Gail Slimm, Lisa Cerny, and Beverly Wellons took the oath to continue serving the CFW, a fact-finding and advisory group who work to suggest and urge identified reforms in regards to treatment of women.
Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, “Thanks to the continued work of individuals like these four women and the Commission for Women as a whole that our county is able to promote reforms in regards to the treatment of women.”
Freeholder Jefferson, who serves as liaison to the commission, said, “The work done by this commissions will always carry a lot of weight and we have so much respect for the members who work tirelessly to help support other women. This is an appropriate time in our world to highlight the inequity women have faced in every facet of our culture, and change it for the better.”
Pictured: Marguerite Stubbs, Gail Slimm, Freeholder Jim Jefferson, Lisa Cerny, and Beverly Wellons