HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. – Bergen County Executive James Tedesco III will participate in a Q-&-A session on Bergen County and national politics Friday, April 29 at this year’s second Fifth Friday networking event at Hilton Hasbrouck Heights/Meadowlands.
Tedesco, a former Paramus mayor and Bergen County freeholder, will talk about the achievements and challenges of his two years in office and the challenges that remain ahead for Bergen County.
Fifth Friday is a networking and learning event coordinated by the Bergen Volunteer Center that offers Bergen County leaders from diverse sectors, including corporate, business, elected officials, nonprofits, academia and community leaders an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas. Prior to Tedesco’s presentation, guests and business leaders will network for 45 minutes, followed by a luncheon, more networking and then a Q&A with Tedesco.
Attendees have an opportunity to meet and network with individual across all sectors and hear about important Bergen County civic and business issues.
Event sponsors are welcome and receive multiple benefits and recognition. Previous sponsors include Archer & Greiner, Synetek Solutions, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rockland Electric Company, Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce, The Record, Bergen Community College, Meadowlands Regional Chamber, Bergen PAC, Lakeland Bank and PNC Wealth Management.
The cost is $40 for guests, $30 for alumni of Bergen LEADS, the center's 10-month civic leadership program and free to event sponsors. Click here to register.
The Hilton Hasbrouck Heights/Meadowlands is at 650 Terrace Ave., Hasbrouck Heights.