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Loree D. Jones
Loree D. Jones Loree Jones is the Chief of Staff for the Chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden. Prior to this appointment, she served in top leadership positions in government and nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia area. Jones served as the Chief of External Affairs for the School District of Philadelphia. In this role she was responsible for coordinating parent and family engagement, community engagement, communications and government relations. She served as Chief of Staff and Executive Director for the Office of the School Reform Commission, providing strategic and administrative support and supervision of the Office of the Inspector General and Auditing Services Department. Prior to her return to public service, Jones served as the Co-Executive Director of City Year of Greater Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization that deploys 17 to 24 year olds for a year of service working as tutors, mentors, and role models to public school students. From 2002 to 2008, Jones served the citizens of Philadelphia as Managing Director, Secretary of External Affairs, and Fist Deputy Managing Director. As Managing Director, she served as Philadelphia's chief operating officer with oversight for more than 15 departments and offices, nearly 20,000 employees, and a budget of $3.2 billion. She played a leadership role in executing "Project Brotherly Love," the City's award winning Hurricane Katrina relief effort. Jones currently serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors Health Partners Plans, a not-for-profit health insurance organization serving more than 180,000 members in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware, Bucks and Montgomery counties, on the Board of Trustees of Project H.O.M.E., and is Chair-elect of the Steering Committee of the Sunday Breakfast Club. She is an Eisenhower Fellow, having studied how South African municipalities provide social services during her fellowship. She was the recipient of the Urban League of Philadelphia's inaugural Whitney M. Young Jr. Young Leader Award, was identified as one of the "10 People Under 40 to Watch" by the Philadelphia Tribune Magazine, and was twice recognized as a "Connector" by Leadership Philadelphia. Jones holds a bachelor's of art in history from Spelman College and a master's of administration with concentrations in Twentieth Century African History, African American Studies and Twentieth Century American History from Princeton University.
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