On Sept. 1, three veteran staff members at NJSBA will be retiring.
Kim Blum, director of human resources, has been with NJSBA for 23 years; Cyndy Jahn, general counsel, has served the Association for 29 years; and Jane Kershner, director of field services, has been with NJSBA for 25 years.
“All three of these staffers have been an integral part of the growth and development of NJSBA over the past few decades, and the Association has benefited from their expertise, their work ethic and their commitment,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA executive director. “We thank them for their service and wish them health and happiness in the years ahead!”
Replacing Blum as head of human services will be Maja Klysinski, who comes to NJSBA after serving as a human resources professional for 19 years at Educational Testing Service (ETS). The position of NJSBA general counsel will be filled by Carl Tanksley, the current NJSBA director of legal, labor relations and policy services. Kathleen Helewa, the NJSBA’s field service representative serving Passaic, Warren and Sussex counties, will be the manager of the field service team.