Christine Myers began her first term on the board of freeholders on Jan. 3, 2016. The Mendham Township resident has a long history in corporate and private business, and has been active for many years in community affairs in Morris County
Myers launched a specialty food business in 2013 after a 25-year career as a technology and telecommunications executive and consultant. She was appointed in late 2017 as the Regional Advocate for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy, Region Two, which includes New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
At AT&T, Myers was responsible for managing the technology and communications needs of all 1996 presidential elections, the Republican National Convention, and hundreds of federal, state and municipal campaigns.
She also led the team that won multi-million dollar communication contracts for the Executive Office of the President and White House Communications Agency. Later, as Vice President, Alliances and Business Development at Siemens, she negotiated global technology, strategic alliance and joint venture agreements.
Myers served until June of 2016 as President of the Board of Cornerstone Family Programs and the Morristown Neighborhood House. She also was a board member of Turn the Towns Teal, an ovarian cancer awareness initiative; Madison Daycare, and the Pastoral Advisory Board of St. Joseph Parish in Mendham.
She is a graduate of the College of William and Mary.
Christine is married and lives in Mendham with her husband Stan Gorski and their sons, Tom and Stan.