Tim J Hogan
Mayoral candidate, healthcare system president, father
My name is Tim Hogan and I am a 22 year resident of Red Bank. Since moving here in 2001, I have worked at Hackensack Meridian Health in various leadership positions, including my current role as President of Riverview Medical Center.
From the outset, I have been very active in our community and I have volunteered in many capacities, including chairing the 2011 KABOOM fireworks event. I continue to serve as a member of several community and organizational boards, and have served as the board chairperson at both the Community YMCA and the Monmouth Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Over the years, I have learned the value of being an effective servant leader and the importance of working together to achieve common goals. I’d like to be part of that effort in Red Bank in the future as your Mayor.
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St. Bonaventure University and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from The Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri.
Councilmember, Wharton M.B.A., Strategist, Education and Product Development Executive
During her first year, she has successfully launched hybrid meetings for all Borough Council and committee meetings, ensuring the largest resident participation audience via in-person and simultaneous, live online streaming. Jacqueline assisted in securing full funding for the repair of the Red Bank Senior Center. She led the charge to disbanded the Redevelopment Agency (RDA) which cost taxpayers in excess of $400,000 while producing no benefit to the Borough or its residents.
Ms. Sturdivant is a corporate strategy, product management, and leadership development executive with experience in the education and EdTech in higher education and K-12, digital publishing, and telecommunications industries. She holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and History from Boston College.
Councilmember Sturdivant is the Chair of Information Education and Technology committee and sits on the Finance Committee, the Parks and Recreation Committee and Code Enforcement Committee.
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Zoning board member, longtime RB resident and community supporter
My name is Sean Murphy, and I am asking for your support in my first bid for Red Bank Borough Council. If elected I will be a responsive member of the Red Bank Borough Council.
I was born and raised in Red Bank. I grew up on Hudson Avenue and lived there from 1964 to 1996. In 1996 I married my wife, Nancy Hintelmann Murphy and moved to Throckmorton Avenue where we raised our four children, Sean, Matthew, Michael and Katherine. I attended Red Bank Public Schools and graduated from Red Bank Regional High School (Class of 1982).
After graduating from high school, I began my career in New York City as an elevator constructor. I was employed for over 20 years by Otis Elevator. I began running work for Schindler Elevator in 2003. I am currently the lead foreman for large project installations at Schindler Elevator. I am a proud member of the International Union of Elevator Constructors.
My love for Red Bank inspired me to volunteer in many capacities. In the early 80’s, I had the pleasure of serving on the Red Bank Fire Department. I later served as a baseball and soccer coach for Red Bank Recreation. Eventually, I served on the Parks and Recreation Committee, where I strived to create better programs for our children. For many years, I was a district leader for the Red Bank Democrats. In recent years I have served on the Red Bank Zoning Board.
I’d like to ask that you support me in my bid for Red Bank Council so that I can continue to serve the town I love and make Red Bank a better place for all.
Councilmember, father, volunteer
Meet Council candidate, incumbent Councilmember JOHN JACKSON. John was elected to Red Bank Council in 2022. He is Chair of the Parks and Recreation Committee; serves on Committees for Public Utilities, Code Enforcement, Environmental Control, Health, Welfare and Building Codes, and Parking; is liaison for the Rent Leveling Board and Library Board of Directors. Before being elected, John served on the CEEC (formerly HRAC).
As a Councilperson, John has been fulfilling his campaign commitments by supporting smart growth and maintaining quality of life. As such, he voted for short-term rentals being in designated districts.
John has served on County or Municipal Committees for Bergen and Monmouth Counties, as well as being a member of the state and Monmouth County LGBTQ Democratic caucuses.
John’s commitment to the welfare of others includes volunteerism: Rescue Ridge Animal Rescue, Lunch Break, and GMHC in NYC.
John has been a resident of Red Bank for 6 years since his daughter graduated and went to college. He’s worked in pharmaceutical advertising and marketing for 25 years, becoming an SVP, Creative Director before going freelance.
John received his BA in Communications from Seton Hall and his MA in Communications from William Paterson University.
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Dr. Linda Hill
Nonprofit Leader, Fundraiser, Entrepreneur, Mom
A Red Bank resident since 2016, Linda M. Hill is running for office as council member in Red Bank, New Jersey. She is seeking local office because she wants to help drive the quality of life in Red Bank forward for all its homeowners, renters, businesses, and visitors. Linda believes that government must work for Red Bank residents, not the other way around. She will strive for civility, camaraderie, and a spirit of civic integrity on Red Bank Council.
While new to seeking public office, Linda has decades of experience recruiting and collaborating with nonprofit volunteer boards of trustees and other volunteer groups to reach consensus, raise hundreds of millions of dollars in funding, and manage the daily operations of foundations. She has volunteered on many local, state, and national candidate campaigns over the years. She was also a founding board member and volunteer for Build the Wave, a nationwide digital campaign company.
Linda has been a nonprofit executive for the past 19 years, concentrating on raising funds and awareness for various causes, most recently as Vice President of Philanthropy for a statewide senior housing and services company. She also has an entrepreneurial spirit, as she was self-employed for 15 years, managing her medical writing and editing business.
Linda holds Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees. Linda and her husband love living here! Linda has two young adult children: a son in Red Bank and a daughter in Seattle, WA. Hobbies include birdwatching, knitting, reading, and walking in Red Bank. She volunteers at Monmouth County SPCA and founded a support group, #ParentsOfTransKids.
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Erin K Fleming
Corporate and Public Communication Specialist, Documentary Filmmaker
Erin Fleming was born in Riverview Hospital and lived in Red Bank during the 1990s amidst its rebirth. After living and working in Europe for a time, she returned to the city and settled into her forever home on River Road.
Film director and producer, Erin brings a unique skillset to her work – interviewing heads-of-state and global power brokers in conjunction with intimate storytelling of often under-resourced and underrepresented communities, her work highlights the connectedness among all walks of life.
As Director of Production Services at Monmouth University, Erin oversaw the public affairs program Jersey Matters. The long-running program provided a forum for state politicians, business and cultural leaders, and newsmakers alike to discuss the most pressing issues throughout the Garden State.
She continues to work locally with a number of NGOs such as; HABcore, EarthShare and Save Barnegat Bay. Most recently, Erin directed the documentary short The Great Migration and Asbury Park, as well as, the award-winning environmental documentary Drift, addressing concerns on Barnegat Bay.
Michael K Ballard
2-term Council-member, coach, financial analyst
My name is Michael Ballard. I am a 12-year resident of Red Bank currently serving my second term, and fifth year, on the Red Bank Council. While living in Red Bank my dedication and devotion to our shared community has been constant and unwavering. I helped start the Two River Little League, served on the Borough’s Parks and Recreation committee, sat on the Planning Board and was V.P. of the Red Bank Borough Schools Board of Education.
During my time on the Council, I led the successful effort to save our Senior Center and passed legislation to increase non-tax revenue as Code Committee Chairman. While serving as Finance chair, I proudly fought for taxpayers and against tax increases during the Covid-19 pandemic.
I hold a master’s degree in Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Monmouth University. I hold Certifications in Management Accounting and Financial Management. I currently work at the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers as a Senior Financial Analyst..
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