Congratulations to the 2011 CEO of the Year Winners

Executive Leadership Summit
Hyatt on the Hudson, Jersey City
September 22-23, 2011

The NJTC Executive Leadership Summit assembled New Jersey’s best and brightest high-tech and life science executives for insightful discussions, engaging and successful speakers and practical advice for managing a more profitable company.

Congratulations to the 2011 CEO of the Year Winners

Caren Franzini, CEO, NJ EDA – Not-for-Profit CEO of the Year

John Bailye, CEO, EKR Therapeutics – Private CEO of the Year

Steven V. Abramson, President & CEO, Universal Display Corporation – Public CEO of the Year

Featured Speaker: Jerome B. Zeldis, MD, PhD, CMO, Celgene Corp. & CEO, Celgene Global Health

Keynote Speaker: Stephen G. Waldis, Chairman, President & CEO, Synchronoss Technologies

Keynote Speaker: Donald Katz, Founder & CEO, Audible, Inc.

Luncheon Speaker: John Crowley, President & CEO, Amicus Therapeutics, Inc.

Leadership Challenges Panel
Walter V. Fitzgerald, CEO MIXit, Inc.; Andy Gilbert, Co-Managing Partner, DLA Piper; Brian Markison, Former CEO, King Pharmaceuticals; Glenn Stevens, CEO, Gain Capital

Round Table Discussion Leader: Victor H. Boyajian, Chair, Venture Technology, SNR Denton

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