Sharon Seyler is the DMGS New Jersey Government Affairs Deputy Director.
Sharon has more than 20 years of experience in county government and the NJ School Boards Association. Sharon served 16 years as a legislative advocate for the New Jersey School Boards Association, advocating for NJ School Board members in public education. Sharon also worked for ten years in county government as a Cape May County Chosen Freeholders Board public information officer.
Sharon has expertise in the legislative process and has strong relationships with state and federal legislators. Sharon’s skills consist of legislation, non-profit, policy analysis, strategic communication, and public administration.
Sharon attended Atlantic Cape Community College in Mays Landing, NJ, earning an Associate degree in General Studies. Sharon also studied at Thomas Edison State University in a combined Bachelor’s/Master’s Program for Organizational Leadership and Communications.