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Cori Herbig

Cori Herbig is a resident of Lake Hiawatha. She currently works at Everytown for Gun Safety, which includes Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, where she works to pass lifesaving gun violence prevention policies throughout the country. Previously she advocated for animal welfare at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), and practiced law to keep struggling families safe from unlawful eviction at Westchester/Putnam Legal Services. Cori has a law degree and certificate in Environmental Law from Pace Law School, where she was the Managing Editor of the Pace Law Review. She graduated with high honors from Rutgers University with a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and a certificate in Criminology. She grew up in Chester and moved to Lake Hiawatha in 2013, where she now lives with her husband and two children.  

Rob Kaminski

Rob has lived in Parsippany for most of his life, and is a graduate of Parsippany Hills High School. A career electrician, he is an executive board member of IBEW Local 102, headquartered on Parsippany Road. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from the County College of Morris, and is a Delegate to the Northwest Jersey Central Labor Council, AFL/CIO. Rob has dedicated countless hours of volunteer service to the community. He volunteers his time to help build and maintain Parsippany’s athletic facilities through the Parsippany PAL, volunteers electrical services to support the construction of homes through Habit for Humanity, and has volunteered as a basketball and baseball coach. Rob resides with his wife, a Parsippany High School graduate.

Judith Hernandez

Judy is a 19 year resident of Glacier Hills, Parsippany. She grew up in the Bronx, lived in Westchester and came to Parsippany in 2000. She is an advocate for the environment and continues her environmental education; most recently with Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program and Rutgers Green Infrastructure Champions program. She is a civil engineer and has worked in environmental consulting and construction in New York City. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College. While raising her children she participated in Parsippany School District activities, Girl Scouts, Parsippany town and Parsippany school sports, Glacier Hills Neighborhood Association Children’s Recreation and Glacier Hills Swim team. She teaches Sunday School at Denville Community Church. Judy currently sits on the Parsippany Planning Board, the Parsippany Environmental Advisory Committee and is a trustee on the board for the Parsippany Child Day Care Center.