Galloway, NJ – Meg Worthington, a commercial/residential real estate agent and management consultant, joined the Stockton University Board of Trustees this week. Worthington, former mayor and councilwoman of Galloway N.J., was sworn in at the university’s Feb. 24 board meeting.
Worthington is one of three new members to join the Stockton University Board of Trustees. Ellen Bailey, Esq., a member of the firm of Eckert, Seamans, Cherin and Mellott, LLC in Philadelphia, and Andy Dolce, founder and chairman emeritus of Dolce Hotels and Resorts, were also sworn in at the Feb. 24 meeting.
“Stockton is privileged to have Andy Dolce, Ellen Bailey and Meg Worthington become members of the Board of Trustees, where their talents, energy and career achievements will add a new dimension to our leadership team,” said Stockton President Harvey Kesselman. “We are honored that each of these tremendous individuals is willing to give of their time as Stockton moves into the next phase of its growth.”
Worthington recently received her GAi, Broker Salesperson designation in real estate and has been a licensed salesperson since 1980.
Prior to joining the Stephen N. Frankel team in 2001, she served as president of the Worthington Group for 16 years, a family-owned, management-consulting firm. She and her late father, Charles “Chuck” Worthington, a former Stockton trustee, represented many corporations and publicly traded companies in the areas of marketing, strategic planning, legislative and issue development.
Worthington's long-time service on the Galloway Township Council led her to being named to the New Jersey Elected Officials Hall of Fame. Throughout her 24-year tenure on council, Galloway has been one of the fastest-growing communities in New Jersey.
Worthington has been involved in all facets of that growth and development. She served four terms as mayor and also served on the Planning Board, Budget, Infrastructure, Solid Waste, Affordable Housing and many ad hoc issue committees, giving her insight into virtually all aspects of Galloway's administration, operation and development.
She also has been involved in the state regulatory process on several levels and understands the complex approval and redevelopment process in New Jersey's Coastal and Pineland areas.