New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) announced today that it has hired Erica Boland as the think-tank’s new Digital Communications Manager. In this role, Erica will be responsible for the development and daily execution of NJPP’s web, social media, and video strategy.
“We are thrilled to have Erica join the NJPP team,” said Brandon McKoy, President of NJPP. “Her professional experience, creative thinking, and commitment to our mission creates a skillset that uniquely satisfies NJPP’s needs as we work to amplify our policy analysis and reach new audiences.”
Erica is a veteran communications and creative professional, with over ten years of experience working in the private and public sectors. She is a skilled graphic designer and communicator with expertise in digital design and marketing.
Prior to joining NJPP, Erica worked for the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, where she led and executed digital campaigns promoting programs and events that benefit New Jersey residents. Erica has also worked as a graphic designer and art director for private marketing agencies designing websites, email campaigns, and social media campaigns. Erica graduated from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University with her Bachelor’s of Science in Art Education.
“I’m proud and honored to join such a brilliant team of leaders dedicated to racial equity and economic justice,” said NJPP Digital Communications Manager Erica Boland. “I am so grateful for the opportunity to utilize my skills and join NJPP in promoting policy solutions that help build a strong, equitable future for New Jersey.”
Erica’s first day with NJPP was May 24.
Founded in 1997, NJPP is a “think and do” tank, driving policy change to advance economic, social, and racial justice through evidence-based independent research, analysis, and advocacy.