Jennifer Keyes-Maloney

Executive Director

Jennifer assumed the role of Executive Director of NJASCU in April 2024. With over twenty-five years of experience across public, private, and non-profit sectors, Jennifer is a seasoned advocate, administrator, and dynamic leader.

Jennifer previously worked as the Associate Vice President for Government and Community Relations at The College of New Jersey, where she served as a liaison between the College and government officials, legislative bodies, and administrative agencies to advocate for the college’s interests and secure vital funding. In this role, Jennifer also fostered strategic partnerships and drove innovative initiatives, including the Hydroponics Innovation Hub.

Prior to her role at the College, Jennifer served in key positions within the New Jersey Department of Treasury, where she managed a large team and led major tax reforms. She also played a pivotal role in establishing a Public Private Partnership office and shaping public employee health plans.

From 2009-2018, Jennifer made significant contributions to education policy as Assistant Director of Governmental Relations at the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, where she advocated for legislative changes to improve teacher certification, school accountability, and student safety measures.

Jennifer’s commitment to public service extends beyond her professional roles. As a Councilwoman in Ewing Township, she’s been a steadfast advocate for her community, leading initiatives to enhance sustainability and foster collaboration between local government and residents. She has also held leadership positions with the Mercer County Democratic Committee, the NJ Federation of Democratic Women, and the Trenton Elks BPOE.

Jennifer holds a law degree from Rutgers University School of Law, Camden. She earned her B.S. in public administration and B.A. in history from The College of New Jersey.

Jennifer lives in Ewing, NJ with her husband and their two bulldogs.

Contact Jenn: jkmaloney@njascu.org

Morganne Dudzinski

Associate Director

Prior to joining NJASCU in 2021, Morganne was the Director of News and Public Affairs at Monmouth University. In this role, she was responsible for creating, implementing, and managing a strategic media relations plan to expand the University’s visibility, strengthen its reputation, and build support among key constituencies. She served as a spokesperson for the University, pitched stories, fostered relationships with members of the media, and consulted on strategic messaging. Morganne also previously worked as an adjunct instructor in the Department of Political Science and Sociology.

Before Monmouth, Morganne worked as the Director of Advocacy and Public Affairs for JerseyCAN, a statewide education nonprofit, where she was responsible for developing and executing strategies to support education policy goals. This work included communications, policy research and analysis, and legislative advocacy.

From 2012-2015, Morganne served as Director of Constituent Affairs and later Legislative Director for former state Sen. Jennifer Beck, where she worked on the senator’s policy agenda and also supported Sen. Declan O’Scanlon, who was a member of the General Assembly at the time.

Morganne holds a B.A. in communication and an M.A. in public policy from Monmouth University. While an undergraduate at Monmouth, she was captain of the University’s Division I field hockey team.

Morganne currently resides in Lincroft, NJ with her husband, daughter, and son.

Contact Morganne: MDudzinski@njascu.org