Christine Myers


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Christine Myers is a proven leader with dynamic experience as a corporate executive, small business owner, non-profit board member, presidential appointee, and elected official for Morris County.

First elected to the Morris County Commissioner Board in 2016, Myers led of adoption of the County Strategic Plan and debt reserve policy to ensure the long-term prosperity of Morris County.

In 2017, she was appointed Regional Advocate to U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy by the Trump Administration, where she addressed regulatory challenges faced by thousands of business owners.

Myers’ corporate career began with AT&T, managing critical technology and communication programs for the U.S. Dept. of State, the White House and U.S. presidential candidates, and later negotiating multimillion-dollar agreements at Lucent Technologies, Avaya, & Siemens Enterprise Networks.

She is also the cofounder of Madison Park Foods, an award-winning, all-natural seasoning and spice rub manufacturer with nationwide distribution.

In March 2024, Myers was appointed president of the Employers Association of New Jersey, a nonprofit organization providing employee relations services to employers since 1916. Her other non-profit leadership roles include Cornerstone Family Programs, the Order of Malta, and Americas Gleaned Seafood, and she regularly participates in prison ministry at Morris County Correctional Facility.

She holds a degree from the College of William and Mary, resides in Harding with her husband Stan Gorski and is a proud mother of sons, Tom, and Stan.