Cooper Co-President Talks “Eds and Meds” on CCSNJ Panel

Photo credit: Marianne Aleardi with SJ Magazine

On Wednesday, February 6, 2019, Cooper Co-President Dr. Anthony J. Mazzarelli shared the stage with Rutgers University-Camden Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon, CMSRU Dean Dr. Annette C. Reboli, and Virtua President and CEO Dennis W. Pullin for an “Eds and Meds” panel moderated by Camden City School District Acting Superintendent Katrina McCombs. The panel was part of a larger discussion, “The Future of Camden,” presented by the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey. This sold-out event was attended by top stakeholders in the region who are invested in Camden’s future and included a keynote address by Camden Mayor Frank Moran as well as a panel discussion on businesses committed to the city.

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